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Friday 02/05/2014

Independent Review of NHS Continuing Healthcare [Health and Community Care]

Report from the Independent Review Panel, commissioned by the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing to review the application of Scottish Government guidance on NHS Continuing Healthcare (CEL 6 (2008).

Monday 31/03/2014

Annual Estimates of Scottish Farm Business Income (FBI) 2014 [Agriculture]

This publication contains farm business level estimates of average incomes fro the accounting year 2012-13, relating to the 2012 crop year. Other financial indicators are also presented.

Consultation on Wildlife Crime Investigative Powers for Inspectors in the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals [Environment]

The purpose of this consultation is to seek views on an extension of the powers available to Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SSPCA) Inspectors, relating to wildlife crime investigations.

Friday 28/03/2014

GIVING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE A SPORTING CHANCE: A DRAFT STRATEGY FOR SCOTLAND [Sport]

In addition to the standard consultation, bespoke work took place with bodies representing children and young people to capture the views of both those who currently participate and those who don’t, across a range of demographics.

Responses to the Consultation on the Home Report [Housing]

Responses to the consultation on the Home Report.

Thursday 27/03/2014

Safer Pre & Post Employment Checks in NHSScotland PIN Policy - EQIA [Health and Community Care]

Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) results summary of Safer Pre & Post Employment Checks in NHSScotland PIN Policy

Safer Pre & Post Employment Checks in NHSScotland PIN Policy [Health and Community Care]

A policy for NHSScotland Boards as employers. Sets a minimum standard for the undertaking of checking procedures required for the entry of all posts in NHSScotland

The Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) - Background and guidance for social landlords [Housing]

The EESSH Background and Guidance for social landlords outlines the detail of the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing.

Guidance for Social Landords on Temporary Exemptions in connection with the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing [Housing]

This guidance is for social landords, it outines the circumstnces under which temporary exemptions could be considered in connection with the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing

Education Maintenance Allowances 2012-13 [Education and Training]

Scotland's Chief Statistician today published statistics on Education Maintenance Allowances (EMAs) in the academic year 2012-13. This release contains information on all students at school or at a college in Scotland who received at least one payment under the EMA scheme. This is the sixth year of full roll out of EMAs.

HIGH NATURE VALUE FARMING AND FORESTRY INDICATORS 2009 - 2013 [Rural Development]

High Nature Value Farming (HNV) and Forestry Indicators, 2009–2013 describe the area of land under agricultural and forestry systems that support a high level of biodiversity. The main purpose of these statistics is to monitor the area of HNV in Scotland, in support of monitoring the Scotland Rural Development Programme (SRDP) and other Scottish Government Strategies such as the Land Use strategy.

Tuesday 25/03/2014

Responses to the consultation on the draft Glasgow Commonwealth Games Act 2008 (Duration of Urgent Traffic Regulation Measures) Order 2014 [Sport]

Responses to the consultation on the draft Glasgow Commonwealth Games Act 2008 (Duration of Urgent Traffic Regulation Measures) Order 2014

Children's Social Work Statistics Scotland, 2012-13 [Statistics]

statistics on children looked after, child protection and young people in secure care and close support accommodation

Monday 24/03/2014

Civil Law Statistics in Scotland 2012-13 [Statistics]

Civil law is concerned with the rights and obligations of people and organisations. One way of resolving civil law disputes between people and organisations is for a case to be brought to court. In Scotland civil law cases are usually conducted in a sheriff court or the Court of Session. Common types of cases where civil law is used include debt, divorce and claims for personal injury.

Friday 21/03/2014

Overview of Equality Results from the 2011 Census Release 2 [People and Society]

Overview of Equality Results from the 2011 Census Release 2, focussing on ethnicity, religion and disability

Responses to the 2013 Data Zone Redraw Consultation [Statistics]

This document contains the responses that the Scottish Government received to its 2013 Data Zone Redraw consultation.

Female Genital Mutilation [Education and Training]

letter issued to schools around Female genital Mutilation

Consultation Report on the Proposed Merging of the Scottish Tribunals Service & The Scottish Court Servive [Law, Order and Public Safety]

This is the Scottish Government report on the consulation on whether the Scottish Tribunals Service should merge with the Scottish Court Service

Thursday 20/03/2014

Consultation Responses - Consultation on the Recommendations from the Scottish Licensing Review Working Group [Marine and Fisheries]

Responses to Marine Scotland's recently published 'Consultation on the Recommendations from the Scottish Licensing Review Working Group'.

Applications to provide NHS Pharmaceutical Services - A consultation on the Control of Entry Arrangements and Dispensing GP Practices - Consultation Responses [Health and Community Care]

Responses received in respect of the recent consultation on Control of Entry Arrangements and Dispensing GP practices.

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