This report presents information on ‘Handling offensive weapons’ recorded by the police.
This report summarises changes that will be made to the content of the Scottish
Health Survey from January 2018 onwards.
This survey provides an important source of data on attitudes to government, the economy and public services over this period.
This annex presents the findings of the Scottish Government funded questions in the SSA 2017, covering level of trust in public service
organisations and private companies to use personal data only for acceptable purposes.
This technical annex covers the methodological details of the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2017.
The Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey is a data collection undertaken to establish the extent and state of vacant and derelict land in Scotland. The survey has been operating since 1988, and is managed by the Scottish Government Communities Analysis Division. The data is sourced from local authorities and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority.
A joint agreement between the Scottish Government and the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities on school empowerment, collaboration, parental involvment and engagement and pupil participation.
A review of the energy standards of the Scottish Building Regulations has commenced.
This review is considering the next steps to improve the energy performance of buildings and reduce associated carbon emissions.
The first stage of this review is to consider the effectiveness and impact that the 2015 energy standards had, or continues to have, on industry in delivering energy efficient buildings.
This report summarises feedback to questions posed in the 'Consultation on Proposed Sites to Host Inshore Fisheries Pilots 2017', which took place from 30 November 2017 to 22 February 2018.
The report provides Marine Scotland’s response to each pilot proposal, taking into account: consistency with the criteria set out in proposal form guidance, consultation feedback and wider considerations.
The partial BRIA (Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment) contains an assessment of the costs, benefits and risks of implementing the Barclay recommendations.
The purpose of this consultation on non-domestic rates reform is to seek the views of stakeholders on some of the specific details of the proposed reforms to legislation, as advised by the Barclay review and set out by the implementation plan published by the Scottish Government. The changes proposed are intended to improve the administration and increase the fairness of the non-domestic rates system, as well as support economic growth.
Analysis of engagement which informed the development of Scotland’s second New Scots refugee integration strategy.
The overarching aim of this plan is to develop a common, aligned approach to cyber resilience across the private sector in Scotland, so that all sections of society and business benefit from being digitally safe and secure.
The overarching aim of this plan is to develop a common, aligned approach to cyber resilience across the third sector in Scotland, so that all sections of society benefit from being digitally safe and secure.
Consultation on draft statutory guidance for local authorities relating to certain sections of Part 9 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 - Allotments.
This document provides the response to the recent Behaviour in Scottish Schools 2016 report from the Scottish Government, Education Scotland and the Scottish Advisory Group on Relationships and Behaviours in Schools
Consultation on proposed revisions to the guidance on protecting the public from radioactive contamination in land, to include revisions to the statutory guidance on the Radioactive Contaminated Land (Scotland) Regulations, and best practice guidance on the wider measures that protect the public.
Progress Report of the Women in Agriculture Taskforce
This experimental statistics release presents employment and earnings outcomes for graduates of higher education five years after graduation.
A consultation which seeks evidence in support of the claim that the current mechanism for exemption of Energy Intensive Industries from the indirect costs of the Renewables Obligation (Scotland) creates market distortions. The consultation also seeks views on a number of possible changes to the current exemption mechanism which widen eligibility of Energy Intensive Industries' exemption, and asks if there are any alternative solutions to those presented.