Scotland’s Redress Scheme: contributor list

Organisations participating in the redress scheme by making a fair and meaningful financial contribution. Scotland’s Redress Scheme is for survivors of historical abuse in care.

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Scottish local authorities

This includes:

  • Aberdeen City Council
  • Aberdeenshire Council
  • Angus Council
  • Argyll and Bute Council
  • City of Edinburgh Council
  • Clackmannanshire Council
  • Comhairle nan Eilean Siar
  • Dumfries and Galloway Council
  • Dundee City Council
  • East Ayrshire Council
  • East Dunbartonshire Council
  • East Lothian Council
  • East Renfrewshire Council
  • Falkirk Council
  • Fife Council
  • Glasgow City Council
  • Highland Council
  • Inverclyde Council
  • Midlothian Council
  • Moray Council
  • North Ayrshire Council
  • North Lanarkshire Council
  • Orkney Islands Council
  • Perth and Kinross Council
  • Renfrewshire Council
  • Scottish Borders Council
  • Shetland Islands Council
  • South Ayrshire Council
  • South Lanarkshire Council
  • Stirling Council
  • West Dunbartonshire Council
  • West Lothian Council

Date added to contributor list

8 December 2021

Date removed from contributor list (if relevant): N/A
Removal with retrospective effect (yes/no): N/A

Commitment made


COSLA acknowledgement letter

I write on behalf of Scottish Local Government, who have committed to participating in the redress scheme for survivors of abuse in care in Scotland.

Scottish Local Government is committed to providing redress to survivors of historical child abuse and in doing so collectively acknowledges and seeks to address the wrongs of the past and the harm caused by historical child abuse, in a meaningful and tangible way.

 Local Government’s collective financial contribution over the next 10 years is a clear commitment to reparation for survivors of historical abuse and to the wider commitment to non-financial redress including acknowledgment, apology and therapeutic support. The scheme to which we are contributing will ensure that there is quick access to the redress that survivors are due, delivered in a trauma informed way.

Councillor Gail Macgregor
COSLA Spokesperson for Resources
December 2021


Email enquiries about the statutory scheme:
If you are unsure of the organisation with responsibility for a particular care setting we will do our best to advise. Telephone: 0808 196 1502

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