Legislation tracker

Track ongoing legislation and the latest developments in the implementation of completed proposals

DeHavilland legislation tracker

Track legislation as it progresses

How do you keep track of legislation in the EU, and act at the right time for your organisation?

DeHavilland’s legislation tracker is an active database continually curated by our tech, data and policy teams, which contains all the relevant information on ongoing legislations. It allows you to follow the timeline and key stages of the file and next step, access official documents and track down key stakeholders involved, all in one place.

It is also not limited by sector so none of the information is siloed – we give you access to our entire intelligence, so you can make the right decisions.

Each stage or the full data for legislation can be downloaded to be used offline or in external reports.  

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Hattie Ireland

Hattie has been at DeHavilland for three years working across the policy and content team, and now leads our infrastructure policy team, specialising in transport policy.

She enjoys being able to work with a range of clients at the forefront of the issues of today, from recovering from the pandemic to efforts to decarbonise the sector.

Before joining DeHavilland, she graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a first class degree in History and Politics where she also spent a year abroad in Washington D.C.

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Michael Cameron – Policy Consultant

Michael joined DeHavilland in August 2022 having previously read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Keble College, Oxford.

He looks after the housing, construction, and local government portfolio, within the wider infrastructure team. Within the housing sector, he particularly enjoys watching the ongoing debate about how and where the UK can build more homes.