- Useful links
- Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
This is the official site for the Administrative Appeals Chamber of the Upper Tribunal. It aims to assist those wishing to appeal against, or involved in decisions of the General Regulatory Chamber
- Standards for England
Standards for England provides an independent, national overview of how local authorities promote and improve the ethical behaviour of their members.
- Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council
The AJTC is an advisory non-departmental public body (NDPB). They were established by the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 to replace the Council on Tribunals.
- Communities and Local Government
Communities and Local Government sets policy on local government, housing, urban regeneration, planning and fire and rescue. They have responsibility for all race equality and community cohesion related issues in England and for building regulations, fire safety and some housing issues in England and Wales. The rest of the work applies only to England.
- European Court of Human Rights
- General Regulatory Chamber
The General Regulatory Chamber (GRC) is a new chamber that will bring together individual tribunals that hear appeals on regulatory issues. The GRC is scheduled to commence in September 2009, subject to Parliamentary approval. It will sit within the First-tier Tribunal.
- Her Majesty's Courts Service
HMCS is an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). Their remit is to deliver justice effectively and efficiently to the public. They are responsible for managing the magistrates' courts, the Crown Court, county courts, the High Court and Court of Appeal in England and Wales.
- Judicial Studies Board
The JSB is directly responsible for training full and part-time judges in England and Wales, and for overseeing the training of Lay magistrates and chairmen and members of Tribunals.
- Local Government Association
Based in Westminster, close to the Houses of Parliament and Whitehall, the LGA is a voluntary lobbying organisation, acting as the voice of the local government sector, and an authoritative and effective advocate on its behalf.
- Office for Judicial Complaints
The Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC) supports the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice in their joint responsibility for the system of judicial complaints and discipline. They seek to ensure that all judicial disciplinary issues are dealt with consistently, fairly and efficiently.
- Office of Public Sector Information [Legislation]
Legislation on this website is available as enacted in its original format and as revised text. Legislation published within the last two weeks and details about Acts awaiting Royal Assent can be easily found on the New legislation pages.