Charity Tribunal guidance
The Charities Act 2006 established the Charity Tribunal, which was transferred to the First–tier Tribunal (Charity) on 1st September 2009 following reforms of the Tribunal system by the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. The Act applies to England and Wales only.
The First–tier Tribunal (Charity) is administered by HM Courts and Tribunals Service. Tribunal members are appointed by the Lord Chancellor following recommendation from the Judicial Appointments Commission.
The Principal Judge of The First–tier Tribunal (Charity) is Alison McKenna. There are five Judges and seven other members.
The Tribunal is administered from Arnhem House, Leicester, and all correspondence should be sent to:
The First-tier Tribunal (Charity)
Tribunals Operational Support Centre
PO Box 9300