The Remuneration Board is an independent Board, set up in 2010 to look at Assembly Members’ pay and allowances. The Board’s main job is making sure AMs have the right resources for doing their jobs properly.
The Board was established by the National Assembly for Wales Remuneration Measure 2010. It is chaired by Dame Dawn Primarolo, DBE. It was one of 108 recommendations made by the Independent Review Panel on Assembly Members’ Pay and Allowances in its report of July 2009.
The Board has published the note of its meeting on 21 November 2019. Updates from previous meetings can be accessed below.
The Board has launched it third consultation on part three of the Review of the Determination for the Sixth Assembly.
The Board has published the note of its meeting on 19 September 2019. Updates from previous meetings can be accessed below.
The Remuneration Board published its Annual Report 2018-19 in July 2019. A summary report is also available.
The Board has launched it second consultation on Part two of the Review of the Determination for the Sixth Assembly.
The Board has published its report on the Review of Staffing Support
The Board considered responses to its consultation on part one of the review of the Determination for the Sixth Assembly at its meeting on 4 July 2019. Full details of the Board’ decision can be found here
The Remuneration Board published its Determination for 2019-20 in April 2019.
The Board has launched its new website.
The report by the Wales Governance Centre, which was commissioned by the Remuneration Board, ‘Unpacking Diversity: Barriers and incentives to standing for election to the National Assembly for Wales’ has been published. A summary report is also available.
The Remuneration Board has developed a strategy to enable it to be responsive to the evolving needs of this Assembly while creating a Determination which is fit for the Sixth Assembly.
The Remuneration Board has appointed the Pension Board for the Assembly Member Pension Scheme.
Remuneration Board meetings
Update following meetings
Determination on Members’ Pay and Allowances
Dignity and Respect policy
Review of the Determination for the Sixth Assembly
Work completed by the Remuneration Board
Review into identifying barriers and incentives to running for election to the National Assembly for Wales
Effectiveness of the Determination
Review of staffing support for Members
You can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet us @AMRemuneration.
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Clerk: Lleu Williams.
Postal address: National Assembly for Wales Cardiff BayCF99 1NA
Phone: 0300 200 6565