Summary publication of results from the Annual Population Survey 2010, presenting analysis on the labour market, education and training. Results are provided for Scotland and local authority areas in Scotland.
This action inquiry process considered issues including partnership, leadership and community participation arising from the Healthy Weight Communites evaluation. It identified many conceptual and practical challenges to exsiting ways of designing, deliverying and evaluating outcome-focused public programmes across the national policy areas.
This report draws on lessons from across eight Healthy Weight Community projects which aimed to bring together existing healthy eating, phycial activity and healthy weight activities as part of a single coherent programme.
This summary reflects on the findings from the Healthy Weight Communities programme to date and the practical implications for developing local approaches to effect long term sustainable change.
Supplement to The Muirburn Code, to encourage greater understanding of fire and its prescribed use.
The muirburn Code sets out best practice for land managers carrying out muirburn and is a requirement of cross compliance.
Guidance Card for The Muirburn Code
Forced Marriage Statutory Guidance consultation responses
How can you help prevent plant diseases spreading?
EU Involvement - The fourth in the series of papers proposing amendments to the Scotland Bill.
Guidance on the interaction between Self-Directed Support and Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme
The 2011 Q2 Retail Sales Index (RSI) for Scotland.
A summary of the key findings of an evaluation into the use of football banning order (FBO) legislation in Scotland.
A summary of responses to a consultation on the implications of the Supreme Court judgement in the case of Royal Bank of Scotland v Wilson and others.
An analysis of responses to a consultation on the implications of the Supreme Court judgement in the case of Royal Bank of Scotland v Wilson and others.
The new Archaeology PAN reflects 17 years of accumulated changes in the policy context, the statutory planning system, the key stakeholders and in archaeological practices. Like its 1994 predecessor (PAN 42) provides advice to planning authorities and developers on dealing with archaeological remains. But it does so with a fresh emphasis which is proportionate to the relative value of the remains and of the developments under consideration.
The Routemap for Renewable Energy in Scotland 2011 is an update and extension to the Scottish Renewables Action Plan 2009. This updated and expanded Routemap reflects the challenge of our new target to meet an equivalent of 100% demand for electricity from renewable energy by 2020, as well as our target of 11% renewable heat.