Parliament holds Bills workshop on energy and green economy

02 August 2010

The Houses of Parliament is to provide a free workshop for groups and organisations interested in issues relating to energy and the green economy, on how to engage with Parliament’s scrutiny of legislation

The event, which is to be held on Friday 10 September 2010, is being run as part of Parliament’s efforts to encourage more groups to engage with legislative scrutiny. It has been organised by the Parliamentary Outreach team and will be strictly non-partisan.

What the Public Bill workshop will look at

The workshop will include information on:

  • submitting evidence to a Public Bill Committee in the Commons
  • engaging with members of the Lords as they consider a Bill
  • accessing independent House of Commons Library research
  • tracking the progress of a Bill online

Experts from the Houses of Parliament will be on hand to answer any questions on the parliamentary scrutiny of a Bill.
The workshop is free to attend and open to any individual or organisation with an interest in energy and the green economy.

Where and when

The event will take place in Portcullis House in the Houses of Parliament and runs from 9.30am to 12 midday, with registration from 9am.

PLEASE NOTE: The event is now fully subscribed.
For more details on the workshop, please call Daniel Wood on 07917 488839 or Matt Ringer on 020 7219 4623, or email

Further information

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