You can view the Regulatory Initiatives Grid for November 2023 in multiple formats, including PDF, Excel and interactive dashboards.
The interactive dashboards below allow users to use filters to view the initiatives included in the November 2023 Regulatory Initiatives Grid by:
- section (including the new Smarter Regulatory Framework section)
- lead authority
- expected impact on firms
- interest to consumers and consumer organisations
- whether consultations are currently planned for the initiative during the Grid planning horizon
This feature is intended to help users find initiatives most relevant to them.
How to use the dashboards
There are 2 dashboards:
The overview dashboard gives users a graphical view of the November 2023 Grid initiatives, while the detailed view provides more information about each piece of work.
You can apply filters by clicking on the relevant section on the dashboard, or by using the dropdown menus available at the top of the dashboard.
For an explanation of what each filter means in this context and how we have classified each initiative, please see the ‘Introduction: how to understand this document’ section of the PDF version of the Grid.
Once the filters are applied, you will be able to see the relevant initiatives in the Timeline section of the first dashboard, or the Table section of the second. Please note that filters will not automatically apply across dashboards.
In the first dashboard, you can view additional details about initiatives by hovering over the squares in the Timeline section. In the second dashboard, you can hover over the square to the right of the relevant initiative.
The Tableau bar at the bottom of each dashboard allows to reset the filters, share, download and open in full screen.
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