Consultation Hub

Consultation helps shape our work to inform the development of policy, projects and legislation. It helps us to find out your views and lets us know about any ideas or suggestions you may have. 

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Eaisht lesh dagh cleaysh, eisht jean briwnys
Listen with each ear, then decide

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

We asked for views on proposed increases to fees payable to the Authority from 1 April 2020 in line with inflation.

You Said

We received four responses, however no significant issues were raised.

We Did

The new fees are due to come into operation on 1 April 2020, subject to the necessary Tynwald procedure.

We Asked

We sought views and feedback on two proposed new Bills, namely the “Registration of Electors Bill 2020” and “Elections (Keys and Local Authorities) Bill 2020”, via the public consultation “Modernisation of the Island’s Electoral System”.

You Said

We received 140 formal responses to the consultation: 29 of these responses were received from organisations/Local Authorities/political parties and Tynwald Members and 111 individuals.

The majority of responses received were broadly supportive of the draft Bills.

We Did

The next stage of the process will now involve reviewing all responses received in order to further inform the drafting of the Bills.

We Asked

For views and evidence in relation to our proposal to remove the requirement for auditor confirmations in the insurance authorisation application process in respect of Protected Cell Companies (“PCCs”) and Limited Partnerships (“LPs”).  The removal of the requirement for auditor confirmation would bring the approach PCCs and LPs in line with that of conventional insurance companies.

You Said

Respondents welcomed and indicated support for our proposals

We Did

We drafted the Insurance (Protected Cell Companies and Limited Partnerships) Amendment Regulations 2020, which will be progressed to bring the changes proposed into effect.