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Weathertight Cabinet papers

The following Cabinet papers and minutes are on the development of the Weathertight Homes Resolution Service. These papers are released consistent with the Official Information Act 1982. A small amount of information has been withheld under section 9 of the Act in order to protect legal professional privilege and where there is no countervailing public interest in making the information available. We have indicated clearly in each paper where material has been deleted for this reason.

Some issues relating to weathertightness will require further attention by Cabinet and the papers will be added to this list as decisions are finalised.

Minute reference Cabinet paper reference
CAB Min (02) 25 / 4 [PDF 20 KB, 1 page] CAB (02) 382 [PDF 532 KB, 12 pages]
POL Min (02) 15 / 11 [PDF 41 KB, 3 pages] POL (02) 153 [PDF 190 KB, 10 pages]
POL Min (02) 17 / 4, 5 and 6 [PDF 50 KB, 3 pages] POL (02) 160 [PDF 980 KB, 17 pages]
POL (02) 165 [PDF 780 KB, 14 pages]
CAB Min (02) 27 / 2, 8 and 9 [PDF 27 KB, 2 pages] POL (02) 166 [PDF 562 KB, 10 pages]
CBC Min (02) 10 / 10 [PDF 48 KB, 4 pages] CBC (02) 164 [PDF 562 KB, 19 pages]
CBC Min (02) 10 / 9 [PDF 56 KB, 5 pages] CBC (02) 163 [PDF 562 KB, 23 pages]
CBC (02) 163: Annex 1 [PDF 562 KB, 22 pages]
CBC (02) 163: Annex 2 [PDF 562 KB, 11 pages]
LEG Min (02) 18 / 6 [PDF 39 KB, 3 pages] Annex - Draft Supplementary order Paper [PDF 98 KB, 34 pages]
CAB Min (02) 31 / 3A [PDF 43 KB, 3 pages] POL (02) 184 [PDF 1.3 MB, 22 pages]
CAB Min (02) 31 / 14 [PDF 31 KB, 2 pages] CAB (02) 491 [PDF 466 KB, 11 pages]
POL Min (02) 22 / 4 [PDF 72 KB, 7 pages] POL (02) 228 [PDF 2.4 MB, 37 pages]
 

Enhancements

CBC (05) [PDF 820 KB, 18 pages]
  CBC (06) [PDF 635 KB, 20 pages]

Identifying papers

To make it easier to follow, the number and letter code that appears with each paper is the reference number assigned by Cabinet Office. The format of the reference number indicates the type of paper:

  • Min indicates the paper is a minute from a meeting, which contains a number of decisions. Where Min does not appear, in most cases this indicates that a paper from the Minister is attached
  • (02) Indicates the year in which a paper was considered [e.g., 2002]
  • POL refers to the Cabinet Policy Committee
  • CBC refers to the Cabinet Business Committee
  • CAB refers to Cabinet

In general, a Cabinet paper is first considered by a Cabinet Committee, which makes decisions, then by Cabinet, which confirms or alters the decisions of the Committee.

If you would like more information about how Cabinet works, visit the Cabinet Office [External website] website.