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Monday 02/09/2013

Scottish Planning policy Consultation Responses [Planning]

Consultation Responses to the Draft Scottish Planning Policy

National Planning Framework 3 - Main Issues Report and Draft Framework Consultation Responses [Planning]

Consultation Responses for National Planning Framework 3 - Main Issues Report and Draft Framework

Friday 30/08/2013

Pilot Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters Marine Spatial Plan - Consultation Responses [Marine and Fisheries]

Pilot Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters Marine Spatial Plan - Consultation Responses

Reshaping Care for Older People 2011 - 2021 [Health and Community Care]

A short, plain English summary of the Reshaping care for Older People Programme, to accompany the publication of our update paper, 'Getting On'.

Scotland Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 - Consultation on Stage 1 Proposals : An Analysis of Responses [Research]

In May 2013 the Scottish Government launched a public consultation to gather views on its initial proposals for changes to the 2014-2020 Scotland Rural Development Programme (SRDP). This report presents an analysis of responses to this stage 1 consultation.

Strategic Environmental Assessment Guidance [Environment]

Scottish Government guidance on Strategic Environmental Assessment

Planning Advice Note 1/2013: Environmental Impact Assessment [Planning]

Updated guidance to reflect 2017 regulations. This replaces PAN: 58 and containing advice on the integration of EIA procedures into the overall development management process.

Thursday 29/08/2013

A Guide for Mobile Home Owners in Scotland [Housing]

The law governing mobile homes in Scotland is changing. From 1 September 2013, mobile home owners who live permanently in their homes will have new rights and responsibilities. The changes do not apply to people who own holiday mobile homes or mobile homes that can only be occupied for part of the year.

DRINKING WATER QUALITY IN SCOTLAND 2012 [Environment]

DWQR is required under the Act to publish a report on the exercise of the Regulators functions the previous year. This report provides a summary of the Drinking Water Quality in Scotland 2012.

DRINKING WATER QUALITY IN SCOTLAND 2012 - SUMMARY REPORT [Environment]

DWQR is required under the Act to publish a report on the exercise of the Regulators functions the previous year. This report provides a summary of the Drinking Water Quality in Scotland 2012.

Wednesday 28/08/2013

Key Scottish Environment Statistics 2013 [Statistics]

This publication aims to provide an easily accessible reference document which offers information on a wide range of environmental topics. It covers key datasets on the state of the environment in Scotland, with an emphasis on the trends over time wherever possible. The data are supplemented by text providing brief background information on environmental impacts, relevant legislation and performance against national and international targets.

Key Scottish Environment Statistics Fact Card 2013 [Environment]

This fact card aims to provide an easily accessible reference document which offers information on a wide range of environmental topics. It accompanies the online publication, Key Scottish Environment Statistics 2013

Scotland's People Annual Report: Results from 2012 Scottish Household Survey [Statistics]

A National Statistics publication for Scotland, providing reliable and up-to-date information on the composition, characteristics, behaviour and attitudes of Scottish households and adults across a number of topic areas including local government, neighbourhoods and transport.

Tuesday 27/08/2013

A Discussion Paper on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 [Law, Order and Public Safety]

This discussion paper is seeking views on how the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act might be modernised and reformed in Scotland. The Scottish Government considers that, after almost 40 years, there is a need to review both the principles and operation of the 1974 Act in its current form. As such, we are taking this opportunity to gather the evidence necessary to help us consider what changes, if any, are required to modernise the legislation.

25% Reduction in Senior Management Posts Target – National Progress Towards 25% Reduction as at 31st March 2013 [Statistics]

The tables contained within the publication show the number of senior managers in post as at 31st March each year and the national reduction since March 2010. These statistics are based on management information provided by NHS Boards to the Scottish Government.

HOUSING STATISTICS FOR SCOTLAND 2013: KEY TRENDS SUMMARY [Housing]

A detailed overview of housing statistics for Scotland up to 2013. It includes information on new housing supply, public sector stock and house sales, local authority housing management, supported housing, houses in multiple occupation (HMO) and right to buy entitlement.

NHS Board Projected Staff In Post Changes In 2013/14 [Statistics]

All NHS Boards have been asked to develop Local Delivery Plans (LDPs) and workforce plans, as well as using workforce workload tools. As part of this process, NHS Boards have been asked to provide workforce projections for 2013/14. These projections are based on staff in post whole time equivalents (WTE).

Monday 26/08/2013

Draft Seaweed Policy Statement Consultation Paper [Marine and Fisheries]

Consultation paper on policy options for seaweed cultivation in Scotland

Friday 23/08/2013

Ethical Standards in Public Life: Proposals for amendments to be made to the Model Code of Conduct for Members of Devolved Public Bodies: Analysis Report [Public Sector]

Analysis Report following the consultation on proposals for amendments to be made to the Model Code of Conduct for Members of Devolved Public Bodies

Extending Council Tax Exemption to Articulating Students - Consultation [Education and Training]

Seeks views on the future treatment of articulating students in respect of council tax. Full-time students are generally exempt from council tax. Students completing a course and thereafter progressing to another at a higher level and frequently different institution however are not deemed to be “students” for the intervening period – and so are liable for council tax. The provision for students and the criteria for their exemption are detailed in the consultation document.

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