This report analyses the responses to the Scottish Government's consultation on pre-recording evidence of child and other vulnerable witnesses.
National Health and Social Care Workforce Plan Part 2 – a framework for improving workforce planning for social care in Scotland
The Scottish Government is pleased to make its response to the Social Security Committee’s Stage 1 report on the Bill. The Scottish Government hopes that its response, which sets out its position on the various matters raised by Committee, will be helpful in further informing peoples’ views on the Bill.
Estimate of the consumption-based carbon emissions associated with planned budget expenditure
An equality assessment of proposed spending plans by ministerial portfolios to accompany the Scottish Draft Budget 2018-19.
Scottish Government performance information
Scottish Government's draft spending and tax plans for 2018-19
The Scottish Government Public Sector Pay Policy for 2018-19 for devolved public bodies
The Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Act 2017 allows the UK to ratify the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the
Event of Armed Conflict, and its two Protocols of 1954 and 1999. This document provides guidance on implementation in Scotland
This Equality Impact Assessment is a reviewing the progress of an existing policy: the DYW programme has taken on all 39 recommendations from the Wood
Commission Report – Education Working for
All! This EQIA summarises progress since the
DYW programme’s inception.
Developing the Young
Workforce - Scotland's Youth
The 2016-17 Annual Report of the Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland
Depending on the requirement of the importing country, plants and plant products must meet certain plant health standards before they are allowed entry. Certification can only be issued following satisfactory official inspection. In Scotland, these inspections are carried out by the Scottish Government Inspectors who issue the certification. Fees for certification and charges for pre-export inspections must fully cover the costs incurred in providing the service.
One of a series of case studies of the use of Compulsory Purchase in Scotland - focusing on the use of CPO to assemble land for redevelopment at Butterburn Square in Hilltown, Dundee.
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland focusing on Cumbernauld in North Lanarkshire
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on a roads project at Horsley Brae in North Lanarkshire
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the use of a Housing CPO to enable the regeneration of the Johnstone Castle area of Johnstone, Renfrewshire
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the Mill Street project in Perth City Centre
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the use of a Housing CPO for an abandoned, derelict house in Pennelton Place, Bo'ness
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the use of a Planning CPO to enable the regeneration of the Sighthill area of north Glasgow to proceed.