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Compliance notice - Section 44 Welsh Language (Wales) Measures 2011

REPORT 29 March 2024

We are required to meet certain duties under the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011 as a public body. Welsh is an official language in Wales and should be treated no less favourably than English.  

The Welsh Language Standards 2016 mean that as an organisation and as an employer we have the responsibility of making sure that anyone can speak with us in Welsh and that we continue to encourage use of the Welsh language.


Our Compliance Notice from the Welsh Language Commissioner can be found here:

Compliance notice - Section 44 Welsh Language (Wales) Measures 2011

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First published 29 March 2024
Last updated 29 March 2024