This is a second edition of the Scottish Guide, updated (in 2013) to relect the current legislative context.
Annual Report on the achievements of NHSScotland and the Quality and Efficiency Support Team in relation to improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare in Scotland.
Following a conusltation between April and July 2013 on licensing arrnagments for scrap metal dealers, the Scottish Governmetn has analysed the repsonses.
Responses to consultation on licensing of metal dealers
Supporting document to the 2014-15 Budget Bill. Provides detailed budgets to Level 3 for the financial year 2014-15.
The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 (Modification) Order 2013 came into force on 20 December 2013. The Order is accompanied by statutory guidance for access authorities.
Proposed National Planning Framework 3. This document was laid in Parliament on 14 January 2014.
The report considers the ethical, legal and social issues surrounding the existence, continued storage and future uses of the newborn screening collection held in Scotland (also known as the Guthrie card collection)
This draft order makes necessary modifications to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games Act 2008 (“the 2008 Act”) to clarify the maximum duration that urgent Games Traffic Regulation Notices can be put in place for. The consultation paper invites comment on the draft order.
Updated Codes of Practice issued under the Regulation Of Investigatory Powers (Scotland) Act are issued for views.
The Document sets out the broad framework within which the Scottish Police Authority will operate and defines key roles and responsibilities which underpin the relationship between the Authority and the Scottish Government.
Analysis of responses to a public consultation exercise seeking views on the draft Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme.
Summary of the main research findings of a public consultation exercise seeking views on the draft Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme.
The eighth annual report for the strategy for the financial services industry in Scotland