Stage 1: Framing
Results of framing exercise
A framing exercise was undertaken by The Land Reform Policy and Legislation Team to gather evidence to inform this EQIA. The exercise involved the Registers of Scotland and a range of officials from appropriate departments across the Scottish Government.
There are no data sets available that provide evidence regarding the impacts of community right to buy schemes on protected characteristics.
Extent/Level of EQIA required
The framing exercise indicated that implementation of Part 5 of the Land Reform Scotland Act 2016 has limited relevance to the following protected characteristics: age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief and socio economic status.
This policy has no discernible relevance to the protected characteristics: marriage and civil partnership and maternity and pregnancy.
It is considered that a concise and focused EQIA is proportionate in these circumstances.