Hospitality, Food and Drink
This theme is now closed for comment, and an announcement has been made on Red Tape Challenge plans.
Visit our news page here to find out more on proposals for the Hospitality theme.
You can read comments made during the theme spotlight (6 May – 3 June), in the sub-category pages below.
Requirements the food industry must meet to ensure they meet the expectations of consumers
These regulations relate to the safety of manufactured, sold and imported food and drink
Regulations which must be met by hotels and other types of accommodation providers
The licensing Act aims to prevent crime and disorder and public nuisance and protect children and the wider public from harm.
This covers any additional regulations which affect the hospitality sector such as the sale of alcohol.
Regulations applying to all sectors – from rules on employment to those on equalities.
This site is designed to promote open discussion of ways in which the aims of existing regulation can be fulfilled in the least burdensome way possible. The presence of a particular regulation or law on this website should not be read as implying any intention on the part of the Government to remove that regulation or law from the statute book. The purpose of this exercise is to open government up to the public.