This report presents the latest summary statistics on planning decision-making and timescales for April to June 2016 (Quarter 1), as well as historic data going back to quarter one of 2012/13. It is based on data collected by the Scottish Government from Local and Planning Authorities as part of the Planning Performance Framework (introduced in 2012).
This Fairer Scotland Action Plan is a first government response to the Fairer Scotland conversation and a range of wider sources. It outlines 50 actions to help tackle poverty, reduce inequality and build a fairer and more inclusive Scotland.
An analysis report for the recent consultation on Strategic Police Priorities
Strategic Police Priorities set under section 33 of the Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012.
A BRIA carried out in support of the Strategic Police Priorities for Scotland
A Children's Rights and Wellbeing Impact assessment carried out in support of the Strategic Police Priorities for Scotland
The results of the Equality Impact Assessment carried out in support of development of Strategic Police Priorities for Scotland
Analysis of responses to the consultation on tail-docking
Dr Michael Rosie was asked by the Scottish Government to provide independent advice on marches, parades and static demonstrations in Scotland, specifically to assess current processes and procedures and highlight any good practice as well as improvements that could be made around the country.
Analysis of free-text comments provided by patients as part of Scotland’s first Cancer Patient Experience Survey.
The Scottish Government response to Dr Michael Rosie's Independent Report on Marches, Parades and Static Demonstrations in Scotland
Electronic monitoring in Scotland expert working group report and recommendations
This consultation seeks views on secondary legislation and further policy to support the new private residential tenancy. This includes: the content of all prescribed notices to be used by tenants and landlords; the content of the Scottish Government’s Recommended Model Tenancy; the option of serving documents electronically (if a tenant and landlord agree this as the preferred communication method); and which terms should be ‘statutory terms’ (applicable to all private residential tenancies).
The Order contains the detailed legal requirements for the calculation of minimum pay, holidays etc, and has to be written in the precise legal terms required to make the Order enforceable in law. The guidance notes attempt to explain the rules in simpler terms and to answer some of the questions which are most likely to arise.