Rural Scotland Key Facts 2015
The Rural Scotland Key Facts is a biennial compendium publication comparing and contrasting statistics on key policy topics such as People and Communities, Services and Lifestyle, Economy and Enterprise broken down by Remote Rural, Accessible Rural and the Rest of Scotland.
This document is part of a collection
A National Statistics Publication for Scotland
The United Kingdom Statistics Authority has designated these statistics as National Statistics, in accordance with the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007 and signifying compliance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics.
Designation can be interpreted to mean that the statistics: meet identified user needs; are produced, managed and disseminated to high standards; and are explained well.
In addition, some of the data published in Rural Scotland Key Facts have been designated as National Statistics in their own right. These have been marked 'Data are National Statistics' in the Sources.
Some of the data published in this booklet are Official Statistics and, as such, will still conform to the Code of Practice for Official Statistics although this has not been independently tested. These have been marked 'Data are Official Statistics' in the Sources section.
Correspondence and enquiries
For enquiries about this publication please contact:
RESAS, Q Spur, Saughton House, Broomhouse Drive, Edinburgh, EH11 3XD
Telephone: 0131 244 4374
For general enquiries about Scottish Government statistics please contact:
Office of the Chief Statistician, Telephone: 0131 244 0442,
How to access background or source data
The data collected for this statistical publication:
☐ are available via an alternative route
☒ may be made available on request, subject to consideration of legal and ethical factors. Please contact RuralStatistics@scotland.gsi.gov.uk for further information.
☐ cannot be made available by Scottish Government for further analysis as Scottish Government is not the data controller.
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