This Strategy sets out a proposed approach to the more systematic and effective use of geographic information in the development and delivery of policy and services to the benefit of the people of Scotland.
This report summarises the responses to the consultation on the draft Strategy on A Geographic Information Strategy for Scotland.
This report develops the Spaces, Faces and Places concept of the Geographic Information Strategy for Scotland in order to define and identify the Key Geographies of Scotland.
Leaflet publicising a website that provides information on the standards that can be expected of the NHS workforce.
Volume 2 of the Code of Practice for the Mental Health (Care and
Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 (“the Act”) deals with a range of issues
relating to what can be termed “civil compulsory powers”.
Volume 1 of the Code of Practice for the Mental Health (Care and
Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 deals with a range of issues relating to
the general framework within which the Act operates.
Consultation on Proposals for a revised scheme and the croft house transit (Scotland) Scheme 2005
This report presents the main findings from a core module of questions included in the 2004 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey, funded by the Scottish Executive in order to inform policy development and evaluation.
This research findings presents the main findings from a core module of questions included in the 2004 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey, funded by the Scottish Executive in order to inform policy development and evaluation.
Marine Strategy for Scotland's coast and marine environment
Evaluation of SCRAN use within Primary and Secondary schools in Scotland
Automated Registration of Title to Land (ARTL) is a Registers of Scotland Executive Agency
project to introduce automated, electronic registration of routine property dealings in the Land Register
Progress Report on Scottish Sustainable Development Indicators.
National Workforce Planning Framework: 2005
Minerals are an important national resource. There is a continuing need for an adequate and steady supply of minerals for a variety of purposes. Equally, working must be fully reconciled with policies to protect local communities and the wider environment. This SPP sets out the planning policy framework for the extraction of minerals to achieve this aim.
Final Report of the NEET Workstream
Health Department Business Plan 2005-206
Housing Trends in Scotland: Quarter Ending 31 March
Proposed Plastic Bag Levy - Extended Impact Assessment