A surrogacy guidance report must be prepared by an independent and appropriately qualified counsellor and state the following matters—
(a) the reasons the counsellor is an independent and appropriately qualified counsellor;
(b) that, for the application, the counsellor interviewed the birth mother, the birth mother’s spouse (if any), another birth parent (if any) and the applicant, or joint applicants, (the
"relevant persons" );
(c) the date or dates of the interviews;
(d) the counsellor’s opinion formed as a result of the interviews relevant to the application for a parentage order including, for example, about the following matters—(i) each relevant person’s understanding of—(A) the social and psychological implications of the making of a parentage order on the child and relevant persons;(B) openness and honesty about the child’s birth parentage being for the wellbeing, and in the best interests, of the child;(ii) the care arrangements that the applicant, or joint applicants, have proposed for the child;(iii) whether the making of a parentage order would be for the wellbeing, and in the best interests, of the child.