This consultation will seek views on the possible options for the future provision of specialist residential pain management services in Scotland. The consultation will close on Sunday 27 October 2013.
The Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland's Annual Report for the year 2012-13
In total 84 responses were received to the Structural Funds consultation and copies are available here.
This Communications Strategy is for use in the event of a disease outbreak, whether a major outbreak with widespread disease, or a more limited incident. It is designed to complement, and should
be read in conjunction with, the Scottish Government’s Exotic Disease of
Animals Contingency Framework Plan.
The contingency framework plan sets out the Scottish Government’s response to an exotic notifiable animal disease outbreak.
Presents the latest figures for free personal care FPC) and free nursing care (FNC).
Partial Business Regulatory Impact Assessment on the proposed charges on single-use carrier bags.
Responses received following the Land Reform Review Group's Call for Evidence
Our Vision is that by 2020 everyone is able to live longer, healthier lives at home or in a homely setting.
Consultation Draft of Scotland's first National Marine Plan.
Our aim is to achieve a well-managed network of Marine Protected Areas by 2016. You can help by providing your views on the case for designation of these possible Nature Conservation MPAs. We are also seeking views on other aspects of the proposals including management options to protect the features.
Consultation document on Priority Marine Features
Appendix B to the SEA Environmental Report of the Draft Sectoral Marine Plans for Offshore Renewable Energy in Scottish Waters.
This appendix contains Baseline Information.
Appendix C to the SEA Environmental Report of the Draft Sectoral Marine Plans for Offshore Renewable Energy in Scottish Waters.
This appendix contains an assessment of technologies.
Appendix D to the SEA Environmental Report of the Draft Sectoral Marine Plans for Offshore Renewable Energy in Scottish Waters.
This appendix contains a Draft Plan Options Assessment.
This report provides the Sustainability Apraisal of Sectoral Marine Plans for Offshore Renewable Energy in Scottish Waters Consultation Draft
This Environmental Report documents the results of the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) which is an assessment of the effects of the plans on relevant environmental receptors. In
this assessment the effects of the plan on the following have been considered: biodiversity; flora; fauna; population and human health; water and the marine environment; climatic factors; marine geology and coastal processes; historic
environment; and landscape and seascape.
The Draft Sectoral Marine Plans for Offshore Wind, Wave and Tidal energy in Scottish Waters represent Scottish Ministers' proposed spatial policy for the development of commercial scale offshore renewable energy at a national and regional level.
The study reported here provides a high level socio-economic appraisal of the potential costs and benefits to activities that may arise as a result of offshore wind, wave or tidal development within the Draft Plan Options as part of possible future Scottish Government plans for offshore wind, wave and tidal energy.
The socioeconomic assessment will contribute to informing Scottish Ministers‘ decisions on the content of these future energy plans.
Background paper for the Consultation on Priority Marine Features