The Committee has published its interim report (197KB), containing a summary of the evidence received to date, on P-05-771 Reconsider the closure of the Welsh Independent Living Grant and support disabled people to live independently. We intend to take further evidence with a view to publishing a final report in due course.
A debate on our report (419KB) on petition P-04-628 To improve Access to Education and Services in British Sign Language will take place on Wednesday 6 February. The Welsh Government laid its response (278KB) on 23 November 2018. A summary version (353KB) of the report is also available in both text and BSL video format.
The Committee has published its report (159 KB) on petition P-05-690 Resurfacing of the A40 Raglan-Abergavenny Road (31 October 2018).
The Committee considered the response from the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport on 27 November and agreed to close the petition.
The Petitions Committee was established on 28 June 2016 to carry out the functions of the responsible committee set out in Standing Order 23.
Its role is to consider all admissible petitions that are submitted by the public. Petitions have to be about issues that the National Assembly had powers to take action on. The petitions process enables the public to highlight issues and directly influence the work of the National Assembly. Its specific functions are set out in Standing Order 23.
Work completed by the Petitions Committee
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