This policy proposal has been accepted

DRAFT: IPv6 Address Allocation and Assignment Policy

End Users:
End Users are assigned an End Site assignment from their LIR or ISP. The size of the assignment is a local decision for the LIR or ISP to make, using a minimum value of a /64 (only one subnet is anticipated for the End Site).

ISPs and LIRs:
ISPs and LIRs may chose whether to make changes to their procedures for assigning address blocks to End Sites. The threshold End Site allocation efficiency level is between 20% to 50% for most ISPs and LIRs when based on a 0.94 HD Ratio. ISPs and LIRs will need to operate address plans according to this target level of End Site allocation efficiency.

RIPE NCC:
The RIPE NCC will need to amend its IPv6 criteria to reflect the use of a /56 as the unit quantity in the calculation of the ISP or LIR's allocation efficiency.