HM Treasury is inviting representations from stakeholders ahead of the 2023 Autumn Statement, which will be held on 22 November 2023.

Comments or suggestions by interest groups, individuals and representative bodies on existing or new policies are welcomed, in order to inform policy development for the Statement.

Representations should contain policy suggestions for the upcoming fiscal event and explain the policy rationale, costs, benefits and deliverability of proposals. Comments should be evidence-based, providing clear arguments on how they contribute to the aims of the Statement.

The Treasury suggests the following points for consideration:

  • Likely effectiveness and value for money.
  • Revenue implications for the Exchequer.
  • How it supports growth.
  • Wider macroeconomic implications (for example, for economic stability and supporting employment).
  • Sectoral impacts.
  • Distributional impacts.
  • Locational impacts.
  • Administrative and compliance costs and issues.
  • Legislative and operational requirements.
  • Environmental impact.

Representations can be made via the online portal, which will close at 5pm on 13 October 2023.

If you cannot submit your representation online, you should contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by the same deadline.

If it is not possible to submit a digital copy of your representation, you can send it by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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External link

HM Treasury: Autumn Statement 2023 representations

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