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  • The Environment Agency is a non-departmental public body NDPB.

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  • The government's official count of what it calls non-departmental public bodies (NDPB) stands at 766.

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  • After a review of the SDC's role and remit, as recommended by Securing the Future, Ministers agreed the SDC should change its status from an Advisory NDPB to an Executive NDPB; in order to better deliver its functions.

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  • As noted previously, from 2008-09 NIW was categorised as an NDPB for public expenditure purposes.

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  • A key issue for NIW has been and continues to be the confusion over organisational strategy and the status of the organisation as both a GoCo and an NDPB.

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  • This has created an incredibly complex governance and stakeholder environment involving the Utility Regulator, the SU; and from 2008-09, the additional overlay of NDPB accountability requirements.

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  • The plan eventually is to establish it as an NDPB - if the next Government chooses to.

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  • (NDPB): Self-regulatory body: Private company with delegated powers: Charity with Royal Charter

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  • On 1st February 2009, the SDC became an Executive NDPB and registered with Companies House as a Company Limited by Guarantee under the name The Sustainable Development Commission Ltd.

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