Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme in Scotland: statistics

Latest data and information on the Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme in Scotland.


Background

This is the first publication summarising the latest Scotland-level data and information on people displaced by the war in Ukraine coming to Scotland through the Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme visa schemes. This report pulls together various data sources, including operational data from welcome accommodations and Local Authorities across Scotland, the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) and the Scottish Government (SG). This data includes the number of displaced people from Ukraine that are in temporary accommodation, the progress on clearing properties offered up by the Scottish public for hosting and longer term accommodation, and, where applicable, the progress on matching displaced people from Ukraine with a host and cleared property. This data will compliment and be published alongside information on the numbers of applications, visas and arrivals of displaced people from Ukraine to Scotland and the other three UK nations, as is already regularly published by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC).

This report accompanies the experimental statistics tables on the Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme in Scotland.

This statistical release has been designated as new experimental statistics which has not been assessed by the UK Statistics Authority. Experimental statistics are official statistics that are newly developed or innovative, and are undergoing evaluation

Acknowledgements

The Scottish Government would like to thank all Local Authority teams for their contributions to the Scottish Government Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme Weekly Local Authority survey, and their collaboration to ensure the data is up to date and as accurate as possible.

We would also like to recognise the extensive work undertaken by colleagues across all organisations involved in the Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme.

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