2009 Annual Report from Drinking Water Quality Regulator (DWQR)
Multi-Agency Inspection: Thematic Inspection of Services for People with a Learning Disability in Angus, Dumfries and Galloway, East and West Lothian
Thematic Inspection of Services for People with a Learning Disability in Angus, Dumfries and Galloway, East and West Lothian: Accessible Summary
This publication presents national and local authority level information on the destinations of young people, who left publicly funded and grant-aided secondary schools from the academic year 2009/10.
The aim of this study was to understand the characteristics that are fundamental to the success and resilience of social enterprises, and the ways in which these characteristics might be encouraged and supported more widely in Scotland
This paper presents the main findings from a study to help understand the characteristics that are fundamental to the success and resilience of social enterprises in Scotland and how these charactersitics can be supported.
This report accompanies main report on social enterprise success factors and provides full profiles of the participating case study organisations.
Presents the latest national figures for home care services provided or purchased by local authorities in Scotland.
Publication of the first Annual Report to Parliament on implementation of Promoting Positive Outcomes
Report of the Scots Language Working Group
Safeguarding Tenancy Deposits: The Tenancy Deposit Schemes (Scotland) Regulations 2010: Draft for Consultation - Consultation Responses
Consultation on proposals to ensure Scotland and its local communities benefit from renewable and low carbon energy developments
This research paper sets out current evidence relating to demogrpahy in Scotland, exploring the implications of demographic change and related policy issues, with reference to Scotland's Population Growth Purpose Target
Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland Annual Report 2009-10
Fuel Poverty Statement 25 November 2010
This report combines 3 years worth of data (2007, 2008 and 2009) to provide a series of tables which present estimates for key indicators important at local authority level.
This is the sixth ‘Key Findings’ report since the SHCS changed to a continuous format in 2003. Before 2003, surveys were conducted in 1991, 1996 and 2002 and typically consisted of about 15,000 paired social interviews and physical surveys.
This is the third publication of Food and Drink in Scotland: Key Facts. The
booklet is published to coincide with ‘Tomorrows Menu’ Scotland’s
National Food and Drink Conference 2010. It draws together key facts
and figures on food and drink in Scotland. The facts are from a range of
sources including official statistics, research and consumer surveys.
Thematic Report on Learning and Development in the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
This paper presents the indicators for measuring the success of Scotland’s National Food and Drink Policy ‘Recipe for Success’. These indicators have been selected as a result of the logic modelling process which has been undertaken by the Food and Drink Leadership Forum in developing a monitoring and evaluation framework for the policy. More information on the logic modelling process and the models can be found in the paper ‘Measuring the Success of Scotland’s National Food and Drink Policy -