self evaluation framework for assessing governance in the voluntary sector.
A review of the European Union Agricultural Subsidy Appeals Procedure in Scotland
The new control strategy will replace the plan that was developed and consulted upon in 2004. The draft control strategy takes into account developments, since 2004, in scientific understanding and of the FSA's strateegy to protect public health.
report on the potential cumulative impact of biomass boilers on urban air quality in Scotland
The Bill will reform and consolidate the law of arbitration. The aim is that in future anyone in Scotland, or anyone seeking to do business in Scotland, will be able to find in one place the principles governing the law of arbitration in Scotland in language which can be readily understood. (Consultation responses)
Report detailing findings from focus groups which identified owner occupiers views' of the revised code of management practice for owner occupied sheltered housing.
Post adoption SEA statement.
Speeding up reform of the planning system.
Annual Report for 2007-08
Making Scotland a leader in green energy: Draft fr
Guidance on responding to emergencies in Scotland. This document is part of Section 5 of "Preparing Scotland: Scottish Guidance on Preparing for Emergencies".
Scottish Government Response to "Challenging Prejudice: Changing Attitudes Towards Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People in Scotland."
Consultation on forestry provisions in the Scottish Climate Change Bill aimed at facilitating options that could increase the contribution of the national forest estate to climate change mitigation.
This leaflet describes what Scottish Procurement Directorate in Scottish Government does
Summary of findings from research into economic impact of bluetongue virus incurion scenarios in Scotland
Supplementary Technical Report with methods and findings from an additional scenario modelled on 80% vaccine uptake
Full technical report with details of incursion scenarios and control options modelled along with findings.
Seeking views on raising the minimum age for BSE testing cattle slaughtered for human consumption and fallen stock to 48 months and on amending the Tranmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (Scotland) Regulations 2006 to administer this change.
Examined how to increase the number of witnesses to drug overdose calling for help quickly and considered measures that could be effective in preventing death from overdose while help is on its way.
Report by the Business Experts and Law Forum