Saltire Prize Application Registration
This report presents inforamtion on school leavers qualifications and updated information on exam results, from publicly funded secondary schools, now that the post-appeals process has been completed.
The Scottish Government's India Plan recognises the need for closely targeted activity to maximise the economic opportunities and focuses on four key areas - tourism, education and science, trade and investment, and cultural links.
Consultation Review of Control of Entry Arrangements for inclusion on the NHS Pharmaceutical List
Designing Streets is the first policy statement in Scotland for street design and marks a change in the emphasis of guidance on street design towards place-making and away from a system focused upon the dominance of motor vehicles. It has been created to support the Scottish Government’s place-making agenda and is intended to sit alongside the 2001 planning policy document Designing Places, which sets out government aspirations for design and the role of the planning system in delivering these.
This consultation - on possible reforms to the rule against double jeopardy in Scottish criminal cases - follows on from the Scottish Law Commission's Report on Double Jeopardy, published in December 2009. A particular focus for the consultation is in relation to the question of whether there should be an exception to the rule aganist double jeopardy in cases where important new evidence has emerged following the original trial.
Consultation on stoma appliances, value for money
Full report of findings from the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey module exploring attitudes towards antisocial behaviour in Scotland
Summary of findings from the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey module exploring attitudes towards antisocial behaviour in Scotland
This paper is designed to complement the Government’s discussion paper on a Low Carbon Economy in Scotland, as part of the Government’s overarching Economic Strategy.
It summarises key developments across the energy sector, which is leading the way towards a low carbon future. It should be read in conjunction with the Low Carbon Economy Discussion Paper, which contains general information on issues such as finance, skills and innovation which apply to the Energy Sector as well as other secto
This discussion paper sets out the Scottish Government’s plans to move towards a low carbon economy in Scotland, as part of the overarching Government Economic Strategy. It identifies the key dimensions of a transition strategy towards a low carbon economy, describes our approach and timeframe to develop the strategy and seeks to engage key stakeholders in the strategy process.
Provides guidance on the consideration of climatic factors within strategic environmental assessment.
Consultation on draft regulations to reduce the class size maximum of all P1 classes to 25.
Decriminalised Parking Enforcement - Variation of Level of Penalty Charge Notices
Post Adoption Statement for the RAP SEA
Provides advice on how the requirements of the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Act 2005 can be met within the development planning process.
Document on how Scotland can be at the forefront of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology
Scoping project assessing suitability of existing performance indicators to rural Scotland.
Consultation responses to the UK's share of the €300 million EU dairy fund.
Leaflet to introduce Right First Time Guide