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Consultation period: 14 Apr 2008 to 07 Jul 2008
'Higher Education at Work - High Skills: High Value'. The purpose of this consultation was to consult employers, learners and higher education providers on what more we need to do to equip the workforce with the skills required for an innovative and competitive economy.
Consultation period: 13 Aug 2009 to 25 Sep 2009
Consultation period: 03 Jul 2009 to 02 Oct 2009
Consultation period: 15 Sep 2009 to 30 Oct 2009
Consultation period: 29 Jul 2009 to 04 Nov 2009
Consultation period: 25 Sep 2009 to 20 Nov 2009
Consultation period: 23 Oct 2009 to 23 Nov 2009
Consultation period: 23 Nov 2009 to 11 Jan 2010
This consultation sets out proposals for amending the requirements that balance the interest of third parties in obtaining information with the cost to the company of supplying it.
Consultation period: 25 Nov 2009 to 19 Jan 2010
This consultation seeks your views on whether and how we should change the law to reduce the risk of companies incorrectly using the addresses of other businesses or private individuals as their registered office address and sets out a process for third parties to challenge the information on the register.
Consultation period: 25 Nov 2009 to 20 Jan 2010
This Consultation invites comments on the options for simplifying the arrangements for the provision of information to shareholders, creditors, the audit and accounting authorities and Companies House when auditors leave office.
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Impact Assessments (IAs) are prepared as part of the process to make policy and provide an assessment of the costs, benefits and risks of a proposal on businesses, charities or the voluntary sector.
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