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  1. Strategy/plan | 24 Mar 2021

    Social enterprise: action plan

    Plan reasserting our long-term vision of social enterprise at the forefront of a new wave of ethical and socially responsible business in Scotland.

  2. Consultation analysis | 24 Mar 2021

    Manufacturing recovery plan: consultation analysis – March 2021

    Summary report presenting the findings to a consultation on - "Making Scotland's Future: A Recovery Plan for Manufacturing". In addition, Annex 1 within this document signposts to a range of public sector funded support initiatives and organisations available to help manufacturers.

  3. Progress report | 24 Mar 2021

    Bioenergy: update - March 2021

    Considers the potential role for bioenergy to support our net zero greenhouse emissions targets and outlines how we intend to move forward over the next 18 to 24 months to understand the most appropriate and sustainable use of bioenergy resources in Scotland.

  4. Progress report | 24 Mar 2021

    Town centre action plan - review report: interim joint response

    Interim joint response from SG and COSLA to the New Future for Scotland's Town Centres report articulates our support for the reports overarching aim to work with our partners and communities to transform the future of our town centres and signals our commitment to work collaboratively in shaping and implementing change locally.

  5. Research and analysis | 23 Mar 2021

    Planning policy - section 3F: research

    Report commissioned to help develop a Scotland wide Section 3F planning policy, by proposing reasonable levels of CO2 (Carbon dioxide) emissions reduction that can be expected from use of low and zero carbon generating technologies (LZCGTs) in new buildings.

  6. Agreement | 23 Mar 2021

    Gas and electricity networks: development principles

    The Scottish Government, Scotland’s energy networks, the GB electricity system operator and Ofgem have come together to develop and agree a set of principles which set out out how Scottish energy policy should be taken into account in plans and decisions about investment in network infrastructure.