The work of the General Regulatory Chamber

The General Regulatory Chamber hears appeals against decisions made by government regulatory bodies in cases relating to:

  • charities
  • community right to bid
  • environment
  • electronic communications, postal services, and network and information systems
  • estate agents
  • exam boards
  • food safety
  • gambling
  • immigration services
  • information rights
  • pensions regulation
  • standards and licensing, including letting and managing agents, secondary ticketing, consultant lobbyists, copyright licensing, and conveyancing
  • transport, including driving instructors
  • welfare of animals
  • individual electoral registration