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Friday 16/06/2006

Responses to the Consultation on Defining Marine Boundaries for Fish Farming [Planning]

Consultation responses

Thursday 15/06/2006

Consultation on the Demerger of Careers Scotland from Scottish Enterprise [Education and Training]

The Deputy First Minister announced on 30 March 2006 that Careers Scotland should move out of Scottish Enterprise. This consultation seeks views on the future position of Careers Scotland

Consultation on the Demerger of Careers Scotland from Scottish Enterprise - Online Form [Education and Training]

The Deputy First Minister announced on 30 March 2006 that Careers Scotland should move out of Scottish Enterprise. This consultation seeks views on the future position of Careers Scotland

Draft National Quality Standards for Substance Misuse - Consultation Responses [Health and Community Care]

Response to Consultation

Environmental Advisory Forum for REnewable Energy: Fourth Meeting: Comments on EAFRE Discussion Papers [Planning]

Comments on EAFRE Discussion Papers.

Key 2005 Road Accident Statistics [Statistics]

provides provisional numbers of accidents and casualties (with police force and council figures), and overall Scottish trends and progress towards the casualty reduction targets for the year 2010.

Public Service Reform Consultation Letter [Government]

This is the letter that accompanies the consultation Transforming Public Services.

Social Enterprise Strategy for Scotland Consultation [Housing]

A consultation on the Social Enterprise Strategy for Scotland

Supplement to the Cross Compliance Notes for Guidance [Agriculture]

Supplement to the Cross Compliance Notes for Guidance

Transforming Public Services: The Next Phase of Reform [Government]

There are six main sections to the document. The introduction sets a context for reform and indicates some of the principal challenges ahead. A vision for Scottish public services, their core values and the fundamentals of reform are set out. The importance of appropriate structures, achievable outcomes and the most valuable asset the public sector has, the people who work in public service, are highlighted. The document then sets out the most significant areas in which transformed public servic

Transforming Public Services: The Next Phase of Reform - Executive Summary [Government]

There are six main sections to the document. The introduction sets a context for reform and indicates some of the principal challenges ahead. A vision for Scottish public services, their core values and the fundamentals of reform are set out. The importance of appropriate structures, achievable outcomes and the most valuable asset the public sector has, the people who work in public service, are highlighted. The document then sets out the most significant areas in which transformed public servic

Wednesday 14/06/2006

Proposals for a New Approach to Delivering Public Transport Infrastructure Developments [Transport]

Summary of responses to the consultation exercise: Proposals for a New Approach to Delivering Public Transport Infrastructure Developments.

Removal of the application of special Parliamentary procedure to transport related projects [Transport]

Removal of the application of special Parliamentary procedure to transport related projects

Report into Consultation on the Draft Sexual Offences Act 2003 (Notification of Release or Transfer) (Scotland) Regulations April 2006 [Law, Order and Public Safety]

A report into the consultation responses

Scottish Diabetes Framework: Action Plan [Health and Community Care]

Diabetes is a long term and progressive condition with potentially devastating consequences for health. Over 170,000 people in Scotland have been diagnosed with diabetes and it is believed that many thousands more have the condition but have not yet been diagnosed. The Action Plan, which follows on from the Scottish Diabetes Framework published in 2002, sets a challenging agenda for the next three years to improve diabetes care in Scotland.

Scottish Executive Response to the UK Energy Review [Business and Industry]

Scottish Executive Response to the UK Energy Review

Tuesday 13/06/2006

Agriculture Facts and Figures SEERAD 2006 [Agriculture]

Agriculture Facts and Figures SEERAD 2006

More Choices, More Chances: A Strategy to Reduce the Proportion of Young People not in Education, Employment or Training in Scotland [Education and Training]

The NEET Strategy, More Choices, More Chances is an action plan to reduce the proportion of young people not in education employment or training in Scotland.

Strengthening Judicial Independence in a Modern Scotland - Consultation Responses [Law, Order and Public Safety]

Copies of responses recieved for the consultation paper entitled; Strengthening Judicial Independence in a Modern Scotland

Monday 12/06/2006

Aquaculture and Fisheries Bill Scottish Executive Response to Consultation June 2006 [Marine and Fisheries]

The Scottish Executive Response to the Aquaculture and Fisheries Bill consultation, June 2006.

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