Consultation responses

TSI response (PDF 109KB). TSI supports the proposed changes which present an opportunity to return meat from the slower maturing native breeds of cattle to the market. TSI does, however, have concerns over the collection of carcases
3 Dec 2008
TSI response (PDF 193KB). The TSI response to this consultation continues its heavy involvement in the construction of the legislation following the Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act
3 Dec 2008
TSI response (PDF 93.8KB). TSI is generally happy with the wording of the proposed regulations
26 Nov 2008
TSI response (PDF 92KB). TSI favours the retention of the Veterinary Medicines Directorate as an executive agency of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
26 Nov 2008
TSI response (PDF 86.9KB). TSI is happy with the EU proposals and has no further comment to make
20 Nov 2008
TSI response (PDF 126KB). Several options are put forward in this Department for Cuture, Media and Sport consultation - TSI prefers that involving a single UK-based authority as the designated statutory classification body for video games, applying the PEGI (Pan-European Games Information) ratings 
20 Nov 2008
TSI response (PDF 127KB). Whilst the proposal for regulatory budgets would seem to be initially attractive, but beset with complexity. Upon reflection, however, whilst there are great advantages in joined-up government and collaboration, TSI does not see how regulatory budgets would assist such aims
12 Nov 2008
TSI response (PDF 63.5KB). TSI believes that certain fundamental requirements from the Construction Products Regulations 1991 have been lost and that the definition of 'construction product' in the proposed new regulation is unclear
10 Nov 2008
TSI response (PDF 104KB). The deferred National Indicators (NIs) include NI 190 - local authority activity in the field of animal health and welfare. TSI firmly believes that, in order to ensure comprehensive delivery of animal health and welfare, such an NI is essential. However, TSI has concerns over the current proposals and puts forward what it believes to be improvements
31 Oct 2008