A consultation on draft secondary legislation, namely the draft Continuing Care (Scotland) Amendment Order 2016
A disaggregation of NHSScotland activity and costs by 23 diagnostic categories.
Consultation on review of Croft House Grant Scheme - Analysis of Consultation Responses
This report presents an analysis of responses to the Scottish Government's second public consultation on a proposed New Tenancy for the Private Sector. The consultation sought stakeholder views on proposals which had been further developed and in some cases amended following an initial consultation held in 2014.
Analysis of responses to consultation on the draft Low Emission Strategy for Scotland.
Report on usage and numbers of cosmetic interventions being conducted in Scotland and recommendation on regulation of Independent Healthcare Providers.
The High Level Operating Framework provides: principles for use when designing ICT solutions, by promoting and supporting the use of commonly agreed standards and specifications, and providing an information assurance approach in turn promoting the digital first approach. The collaboration and integration that this supports, with a focus on re-use before buy, will help eliminate duplication and avoidable spend.
The High Level Operating Framework provides a set of architecture and design principles for use when designing ICT solutions. It also provides an information assurance approach from customers accessing services to promote a digital first approach. The collaboration and integration that this supports, with a focus on re-use before buy, will help eliminate duplication and avoidable spend.
Consultation on Mobile Traders Food Hygiene National Standards. Following complaints from business about inconsistency, provisions within the Regulatory Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 made amendments to require the certificate to be from the food authority where the business is registered. Nationals standards for mobile trader food hygiene have been developed to support this and provide consistency and transparency, efficiency and effectiveness in the implementation and enforcement of regulations.
All responses to the primary authority consultation document that agreed to be published.
All non - confidential responses to the consultation paper on Overcrowding Statutory Notices.
This report presents statistics on planning decision-making and timescales across the years 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15. It is based on quarterly data collected by the Scottish Government from Local and Planning Authorities as part of the Planning Performance Framework (introduced in 2012). Longer term trends are also presented where data for earlier years is available in a comparable format.
This report is the first post games legacy evaluation report for the XX Commonwealth Games it aims to generate learning for ourselves, future bidders and hosts, and to add to the international literature
This reports analyses the coverage of the XX Commonwealth Games by the Games’ Host Broadcasters, the use of the official Glasgow 2014 websites, and associated social media.
This is an updated review of the evidence for legacy from major sporting events. It looks across the four themes of the Commonwealth Games Evaluation Project (flourishing, sustainable, active and connected).
This report estimates the economic impact of visitors (including volunteers and associated media) to the XX Commonwealth Games.
This report provides the survey results from the XX Commonwealth Games Visitor Survey.
The annual report published by the Drinking Water Quality Regulator for Scotland (DWQR)on the quality of drinking water from the public water supply for 2014
Report presenting new data on the levels of spurdog bycatch, locations of by-catch and biological information in terms of the sizes and sex of the fish caught in order to inform the debate on whether a controlled incidental by-catch (i.e. not targeted) fishery for spurdog could be considered. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7489/1617-1
QuEST’s Annual Report 2014 provides an overview of QuEST programmes’ achievements in 2014 and upcoming priorities for 2015. The report features a wealth of case studies from Boards as well as our programmes. These case studies form a comprehensive collection of innovative quality improvement work currently undertaken in NHSScotland – driven, supported and/or resourced by QuEST. The report’s foreword is provided by Shona Robison, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport.