The Commission wants to hear your views on how the devolution settlement for Wales could be amended to enable the UK Parliament and National Assembly to better serve the people of Wales.
From this page, you can get involved and tell us your views. This page will be updated regularly.
Over the next few months, we will be visiting locations across Wales to hear the views of members of the public on the powers of the National Assembly for Wales. All events will be open to everyone who wishes to attend on the day but to allow us to get an idea of numbers we [...] [more] »
Our independent Commission has been set up by the UK Government to review the powers of the National Assembly for Wales. We are currently focusing on the second part of our work, examining the wider, general powers of the National Assembly for Wales. Your views are important in helping us recommend how to improve the [...] [more] »
The Commission wants to hear the views of a wide range of individuals, businesses and organisations across the country and there are a number of ways to get involved.
Over the next few months, on this page you will find a series of forums aimed at generating debate.
We want to encourage a lively and open debate, but the posting of comments remains at the Commission’s discretion. To help us achieve this, we would ask you adhere to our terms and conditions in order for your comments to be published.
Your comments are important to us and will help inform our deliberations as we prepare to report in the Spring of 2014.
If you have suggestions on future forum topics, let us know via email and we will consider your request.
On 29 November, the Commission issued its Call for Evidence for Part II of its work. We want to hear your views on the devolution settlement and how it works in practice. The National Assembly for Wales has been in operation for over thirteen years, and the devolution settlement has changed a great deal over [...]