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It is the duty of the Authority to remain informed of consumer opinion and we appreciate your input.

 

What is a Public Consultation and why do we do it?

 

Authorities sometimes use Public Consultation before recommending changes to laws and policies.

Public Consultation is a useful tool in the regulatory process.

 

Public Consultation

  • Seeks to gather input on large-scale projects affecting the public
  • Provides valuable information, evidence and opinions from industry stakeholders and consumers
  • Supports determinations that impact the future of regulated markets
  • Introduces efficiency and transparency to the decision-making process

The process is:

  • Notification – publicise the matter to be consulted on
  • Consultation – submission of opinions, evidence and proposals by interested parties. This is a two-way flow of information and all ex-parte communications are made public.
  • Participation – interest groups submit their proposals to be considered in the final decision and/or document.

Submit Your Response

The Authority has an open consultation. We welcome your submissions.

The Authority can initiate a public consultation on its own initiative, or when directed to do so by a Minister, or as required by legislation.

The Authority’s ACTIVE and INACTIVE public consultations are listed here, organised by sector.