The Scottish Government have chosen to use EPCs to set the long term standard for domestic properties as our consultation in 2017 showed that EPCs are widely known and provide a clear way to model and understand the energy performance of a building. The consultation also raised some issues with EPCs and we responded to those concerns by commissioning some independent analysis of the issues raised in this and other related consultation. This report and appendices are this analysis.
The 2018-19 Spring Budget Revision to the Budget (Scotland) Act for the year ending 31 March 2019
The STEM Annual Report provides an overview of progress in the first year of the five year STEM Strategy for Education and Training in Scotland.
This Framework document has been drawn up by the Scottish Government and the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC). It sets out the broad framework within which the PIRC will operate and defines key roles and responsibilities which underpin the relationship between the PIRC and the Scottish Government
This report sets out findings of an interim review of Regional Improvement Collaboratives (RICs). The overall aim of this review was to explore how RIC establishment had been taken forward in each region.
This Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment (BRIA) for Scotland's Forestry Strategy 2019-2029 outlines our assessment of how the Forestry Strategy may impact on business (including the third sector) and regulation.
This Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) (including Fairer Scotland Duty) for Scotland's Forestry Strategy 2019-2029 outlines our assessment of how the Forestry Strategy may impact on equality, including socio-economic disadvantage.
The report outlines our approach to consultation and explains how the views expressed during the consultation process helped inform the final content and structure of the Scotland's Forestry Strategy 2019-2029.
Scottish Government's forestry strategy setting out a long-term framework for the expansion and sustainable management of Scotland's forests and woodland.
This report outlines the Social Security Young Carer Panel views expressed in a survey about what the new Young Carer Grant should be like.
This visual summary outlines the Social Security Young Carer Panel views expressed in a survey about what the new Young Carer Grant should be like.
This paper considers representation, entrant trends, retention and degree outcomes for disabled students by disability group.
The Caravan site licensing laws dates back to the 1960s before the development of permanent mobile (Park Home) sites. The new system uses powers provided by part 5 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014. This provides a new licensing system which reflects modern sites and better protects site residents while ensuring sites remain viable businesses
Tools and guidance to support NHSSCotland to increase the number of the people employed with learning disabilities.
This report set out our progress on the actions agreed at the Cabinet meeting with children and young people, March 2018.
Scottish Government Guidence for property owners and occupiers who believe they may be affected by a Compulsory Purchase project.
2017-18 statistics on various areas of criminal justice social work in Scotland.
The final report of the review of progress with Integration of Health and Social Care in Scotland. This report draws together the proposals for ensuring the success of integration.
This document provides the methodology and guidance on how to appraise the socioeconomic impacts of district heating projects appropriately, through the implementation of Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA).
This document provides the draft methodology and guidance on how to appraise the socio-economic
impacts of LHEES, through the implementation of Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA).