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Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) or Department for Trade & Industry DTI - Government Department

 

Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) or Department for Trade & Industry ( DTI ) - Promoting UK business abroad

 

About the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) or Department for Trade & Industry ( DTI )

Please note: The Department for Trade & Industry is now the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR)

Better Regulation
The Better Regulation Executive (BRE) is part of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) and leads this regulatory reform agenda across government.

Working with and through others, their aims are:

  • to work with departments to improve the design of new regulations and how they are communicated;
  • to work with departments and regulators to simplify and modernise existing regulations; and
  • to work with regulators (including local authorities) and departments to change attitudes and approaches to regulation to become more risk-based.

Significant progress has been made across all these areas. The Government’s ambitious and wide-ranging regulatory reform agenda is one of the most respected programmes in the world, which has been confirmed by a number of international surveys.

The five principles of good regulation
A key part of the BRE’s work has been to determine five key principles of regulation, which are now a cornerstone of the better regulation strategy and implementation. These state that any regulation should be:

  • transparent
  • accountable
  • proportionate
  • consistent
  • targeted – only at cases where action is needed

Do you have an idea on how to improve regulation? Visit their better regulation website and tell them how they can make a difference.

Call them on: 020 7215 5000

or 020 7215 6740 (Minicom)

Fax them on: 020 7215 0105

Write to them at:

Ministerial Correspondence Unit,
Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform,
1 Victoria Street,
London
SW1H 0ET

If you wish to speak to us about any correspondence that you have received from, or sent to, the Department you can:

Call them on 020 7215 5000

Fax them on 020 7215 0105

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