This draft Welsh Language Scheme describes how Natural Resources Wales (NRW) will treat the Welsh and English languages equally.
Start of consultation: 8 January 2013
End of consultation: 5 March 2013
This scheme will be an interim policy until the introduction of new standards under the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011. The scheme will come into force when NRW is created in April 2013 until the introduction of the new Standards. NRW will then prepare and implement a new scheme to comply with the 2011 Measure.
This draft Welsh Language scheme covers:
- Service delivery;
- Policy making;
- Promoting the Welsh Language; and
- Monitoring and record keeping.
Natural Resources Wales’ action plan for implementing the Scheme can be seen in Annex 1.
How to respond
Please submit your comments by 5 March 2013, in any of the following ways:
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Forestry Commission Welsh Language Scheme - Third Edition
Forestry Commission Wales has adopted the principle that in the conduct of business in Wales it will treat the English and Welsh languages on the basis of equality. This scheme sets out how Forestry Commission Wales will give effect to that principle when providing services to the public in Wales.
Read Forestry Commission Wales’s
(PDF, 93Kb, 27 pages).
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