Contains a consultation on the Universal Credit (Claims and Payments) (Scotland) Regulations 2017.
Formal review and consultation on the HPB Quality Performance Indicators
Stop and search can be a valuable tool in combatting crime, but it is important that we get the balance right between protecting the public and the rights of individuals. The new Code is about finding that balance and maintaining the trust between the police and the public.
The Criminal Justice Act, passed unanimously by this Parliament, will end non-statutory (consensual) stop and search when the Code comes into effect
This report summarises and provides analysis of the responses received for the Consultation on Implementation of Certain Sections of the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2015 and Associated Regulations - Parts 1 and 2
Consultation on proposals for integrating SEPA's principle regulatory regimes.
the report presents findings from a scoping exercise to help lay the foundations for an official review which will consider whether the provisions in the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 fulfil the needs of people with learning disability and autism
This Innovation Action Plan builds on the progress we have made, working together, to boost Scotland’s innovation performance. It sets out important first steps the Scottish Government will take with partners and businesses to improve Scotland’s innovation offer and drive up business innovation
Children's Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment for the Stop and Search Code of Practice (Appointed Day) (Scotland) Regulations 2017
Equality Impact Assessment for the Stop and Search Code of Practice
The Scottish Government response to the recommendations of the Independent Review of Scottish Aquaculture Consenting
This is a consultation of the future of the Scottish Planning System
The Housing and Property Chamber aims to deliver benefits of specialism, consistency and improved access to justice for both tenants and landlords in private rented housing.
A National Framework for Quality and GP Clusters in Scotland. Improving Together will complement the development of the Scottish national GP contract that sets out the role of GPs and their important contribution as clinical leaders and expert medical generalists working in a community setting.
This report sets out the Scottish Government response to the UK Government Apprenticeship Levy and sets out how Scottish Government plan to develop a distinctly Scottish approach to apprenticeships and wider skills development to drive closer engagement with industry supporting Scottish Government's efforts to enhance productivity and economic growth in 2017-18 and beyond.
The consultation seeks views on the practical application of the Scottish Government’s draft Gender Representation on Public Boards (Scotland) Bill provisions.
A Consultation on the Long Term Management of the Crown Estate in Scotland.