Role - Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee
The Committee monitors the policy, administration and spending of the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government and its associated arm's-length bodies, including the Homes England.
The Committee consists of eleven backbench Members of Parliament.
The Committee is an investigative Committee rather than a legislative Committee: it sets its own programme and chooses subjects for inquiries.
For each inquiry, a press notice is issued listing the terms of reference and inviting interested parties to send written submissions. For most inquiries, the Committee will also hold question and answer "oral evidence" sessions with witnesses. These are held in public, normally in a Committee Room at the Houses of Parliament. Webcasts of recent oral evidence sessions can be viewed at Parliament TV.
If you would like to receive press releases from the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee please email the Committee.
Current inquiries, oral and written evidence, as well as Reports and publications produced by the Committee can also be found on these pages.