Consultation Report on the introduction of electonic invoicing in Public Procurement
Following the change in service to a Community Midwifrey Unit (CMU) in August 2018 the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport has instructed NHS Grampian to develop a plan as to how they will return an obstetric led service to Dr Gray’s Hospital (DGH). This report by the CMO’s advisory group outlines recommendations and guidance to enable NHS Grampian to do this.
The purpose of this research project was to provide an insight and narrative into how small landholdings [SLHs] were established and how their ownership has changed over time. Specifically, the study aimed to:
• Show how landownership relating to small landholdings has changed over the last century (1911 to the present).
• Identify the potential to (re)establish a register for small landholdings.
The aim of this research project was to provide an insight and narrative into how small landholdings [SLHs] were established and how their ownership has changed over time, as recommended by the Review of Legislation Governing Small Landholdings in Scotland
TSI outcome Framework which outlines the activites and outcomes TSIs are funded for by the Scottish Government. The framework has been co-produced by TSIs, Evaluation Support Scotland and the Scottish Government.
A external evaluation, commissioned by the Scottish Government, to examine the early operations of four of the most established Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Regional Groups.
The study was carried out between December 2017 and April 2018.
A document summarising the potential positive and negative impacts of the South of Scotland Enterprise Bill on groups with protected equality characteristics.
This toolkit is a collection that makes up the complete BRIA guidance. We have also produced a template for completing a BRIA and best practice examples.
The consultation asks questions on our approach to consolidating all Scottish Hate Crime legislation and expanding the statutory aggravations.
The Scottish Government's approved template for the completion of a Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment.
Consultation on the draft of The Continuing Care (Scotland) Amendment Order 2019 which will increase the higher age limit for persons eligible for continuing care from twenty to twenty-one years of age from April 2019.
The Teaching in a Diverse Scotland report aims to increase the number of teachers from under-represented groups at all levels in Scottish Schools.
A report by an independent working group exploring the scope to define sectarianism in Scots law. The group was Chaired by Professor Duncan Morrow.
Statutory guidance for local authorities to assist them in their duty to prepare a food-growing strategy, as set out in Part 9 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 - Allotments.
Research responding to the question 'How can the planning system best support the creation of an improved food environment in Scotland?' The research report includes: a literature review; a review of national policy, guidance and relevant legislation across Scotland and England; identification of planning policies and guidance seeking to control the food environment; and a review of relevant applications and appeal decisions. The area in the vicinity of schools is a particular focus.
This draft plan sets out our vision for driving improvement in the care, treatment and support available to people living with neurological conditions – and their carers - in Scotland.
Our Vision is that everyone with a neurological condition will be able to access the care and support they need to live well, on their own terms.
We are consulting on the draft plan, and the commitments it contains.
Based on Scottish Household Survey 2017, this data comic focuses on inequalities in neighbourhood rating, internet access, cultural attendance, physical activity, access to green and blue space, communities and household finances in Scotland.
An anlaysis of resopnses to the public consulatation on establishing an Appropriate Adult service in Scotland.
This guidance is intended to support communities through the right to buy abandoned, neglected or detrimental land process from initial identification of land to the completion of a purchase.
Report on the operation of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) in Scotland in 2017/18