Arable Area Payments Scheme - Multi-annual Set-Aside: How to prepare a Management Plan
IACS 23 (2003) Application Form (4 pages)
IACS 24 (2003) Application Form (6 pages)
IACS 22 (2003) Application Form (4 pages)
The purpose of this Statistics Release is to present national figures for residential care homes for adults in Scotland. All figures relate to the 31st March 2002 and are provisional.
A variety of health and health service statistics presented at local authority level.
The purpose of this Statistics Release is to present information on occupancy rates, admissions and vacancies in residential care homes for older people and nursing homes in Scotland.
Explains how the Scottish Executive incorporated sustainable development into the Spending Review 2002.
A web only ECSU Statistical News Release
Report of a national evaluation of the Classroom Assistant Initiative in primary schools.
Some frequently asked questions and answers about the farmework for professional review and development.
Draws on a survey of local authorities, interviews with landlords and letting agents, focus groups with tenants living in the private rented sector to provide a picture of how the sector operates.
Research on Enterprise in Education
Recommendations Report from the Review Group on Education for Work and Enterprise
A study of policy and practice in relation to discharge from psychiatric care. focuses on the experience of individuals who had spent between a week and six months as a psychiatric in-patients
provides information about the transport facilities available to private households (e.g. cars, and bus services) and about some travel by household members (e.g. to school and work)
Sets the agenda for the future of nursing and midwifery research and development as indicated in Caring for Scotland 2001.
A consultation paper for National Care Standards for Childcare Agencies.
response to Scottish Charity Law Review Commission report (McFadden)
To gain an understanding of young people’s views, opinions and their experiences of public transport in Scotland. Findings indicate better reliability and frequency of services is required.