The White Paper sets out the way forward for Scotland's planning system. It recognises the central role of planning in the delivery of a sustainable pattern of economic growth, supported by essential new homes, infrastructure and community facilities, whilst protecting our most important natural assets. It also responds to the need for improved opportunities for meaningful public involvement in the planning system.
Summary of findings from the Wave 2 post-campaign evaluation of the Organ Donation Campaign March 2004.
Findings from the Wave 3 post-campaign evaluation of the Organ Donation Campaign October 2004
Summary of findings from the Wave 3 post-campaign evaluation of the Organ Donation Campaign October 2004
Priority Themes for Health Engagement - Report following Health Sector Visit to Malawi April 2005
The Response of the Scottish Executive to the recommendations of the Review of Basic Medical Education in Scotland
Being a Witness An information booklet for young people in Childrens Hearing Court Proceedings
An information booklet for young people in Criminal Proceedings
Includes information on : Maternal Age, Mode of Delivery, Birthweight & Gestation and Maternal Smoking. Statistics are provided by NHS Board, Local Authority and Deprivation Quintile.
Shows the number and cost of prescriptions dispensed in the community in Scotland on a monthly basis.
Statistics on the extent, value, condition, capacity and running costs of the school estate.
The consultation paper on Tackling Knife Crime.
The Executive Summary of the consultation on tackling knife crime.
The purpose of the consultation is to seek views on amended regulations for the registration of independent schools in scotland, in light of Part 2 of the School Education (Ministerial Powers and Independent Schools) (Scotland) Act 2004.
Analysis of responses to consultation on Future Advisory Structure for Fire and Rescue Service
Workforce Bulletin Issue 5
Consolidation of the TSE (Scotland) Regulations are now required to consolidate and update the existing domestic legislation, reduce repetition of powers in the regulations, and address issues that have arisen since the TSE Regulations 2002 came into force. These amendments impact the procedures that are used in the feeding, slaughter, export and import, placing on the market, inspection and movement of bovine, ovine and caprine animals.
This document sets out the Executive's strategy for taking forward the principles and recommendations of the Atkinson Review in Scotland
Summary report of findings from MRUK Omnibus Survey of Smoking in Public Places, May 2005
Relocation Policy Guidance