Secondary navigation

University of Wales:Trinity Saint David Bill 2010-12

Type of Bill:
Private Bill
Parliamentary agents:
Eversheds LLP
Promoted by:
The University of Wales:Trinity Saint David and the University of Wales
Petitioning period:
House of Commons: TBA
House of Lords: TBA

Latest Bill

House Bill Date
Bill as deposited in Parliament on 28/11/2011 | PDF version, 144KB 28.11.2011

Latest news on the University of Wales:Trinity Saint David Bill 2010-12

This Bill had been expected to be introduced in January 2012 (subject to the satisfactory completion of a formal stage on 19 December 2011).  However the Promoters of the Bill withdrew the petition for the bill on 19 December so the Bill will not now proceed.

Petition information

If you are "specially and directly affected" by this Bill you may oppose the Bill or seek its amendment before a Select Committee in either or both Houses.  If you present a "petition" against the bill at the appropriate times (during a "petitioning period") you may be able to have your views on the bill heard by the Committee (in whichever House you petition).

There are specific times when petitions can be presented.  If the Bill is introduced in January 2012, petitions may be presented to one of the Houses for a short period during the latter part of January 2012.  When it is decided in which House this Bill will begin its passage through Parliament further details will be given here.  Further information about petitioning can be found by following the link or you can contact one of the Private Bill Offices.  Staff in either office will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the process of opposing a private bill. 

Summary of the University of Wales:Trinity Saint David Bill 2010-12

The Bill, had it been introduced, would have made provision for the union of the Universities of Wales and Wales: Trinity Saint David.

Stay up to date

Keep up to date with the progress of Bills going through Parliament. Sign up for email alerts or use our RSS feeds.

Related information

What is a Private Bill?

Find out how Private Bills change the law and who Private Bills affect.

Private Bill stages

Learn about the different stages of a Private Bill and how you can get involved.

Get involved: petitioning

If you are "specially and directly affected" by a Private Bill you may oppose the Bill or seek its amendment before a Select Committee in either or in both Houses.