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  1. Consultation paper | 15 Mar 2016

    Consultation on the design of the Scottish Household Survey (SHS) for 2017 and beyond

    The Scottish Government requires to make savings on the Scottish Household Survey (SHS)2017. Savings of the level sought cannot be achieved without significant changes to the design of the SHS. The Scottish Government is consulting on a number of options to achieve the required level of savings for SHS 2017. Respondents' views will also be used to inform the design of SHS 2018-2021.

  2. Consultation paper | 09 Nov 2015

    Review Of Nomenclature Of Units For Territorial Statistics Boundaries

    Eurostat are carrying out a review of NUTS boundaries. The purpose of this consultation is to help inform the Scottish Government’s response to this review and to ensure that stakeholders views are taken into account before submitting proposals.

  3. Consultation paper | 08 Oct 2015

    Scotland's Census 2021 Topic Consultation

    National Records of Scotland is planning for Scotland’s Census 2021. A lot can change in the 10 years between censuses. To help inform our planning, this consultation will seek information from users about their needs. This will help determine the topics to be included in the next census.

  4. Consultation paper | 06 Nov 2014

    Analysis of responses to the 2013 Consultation regarding the redraw of Data Zones

    This report provides an analysis of responses to the 2013 Consultation regarding the redraw of Data Zones. It provides an analysis of the views received, and highlights trends and issues where appropriate. Detailed analysis of the responses to the consultation paper was conducted by Scottish Government during the first half of 2014.

  5. Consultation analysis | 03 Jun 2014

    Fire Statistics Review

    A report on statistics users responses to a consultation on the presentation of fire statistics following transition to a single service.