Consultation responses: Children’s Hearing Act Implementation of Secure Accommodation Authorisation
This is the summary of the consultation analysis report
This is the analysis of consultation responses
Responses from individuals and organisation to the consultation on Reducing the Drink Driving Limit in Scotland
The impact of introducing a replacement tax (the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax) in Scotland for the current UK Stamp Duty Land Tax was assessed against each of the protected charateristics (age, disability, sex (including pregnancy and maternity), gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race and religion and belief).
The statistics in this release are based on administrative records and surveys of individual public sector bodies carried out by the Scottish Government and the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The publication includes information on public sector employment in Scotland with distinctions made for employment in devolved bodies and reserved bodies (located in Scotland).
statistics on children looked after, child protection and secure care and close support accommodation
Tables describing the annual cycles of physical (temperature, salinity, density and water column stability), chemical (nitrate, orthophosphate, silicate, ammonia and oxygen saturation) and biological (particulate organic carbon, particulate organic nitrogen, chlorophyll-a and phaeophytin) parameters are presented for twenty six sub-areas of Scottish coastal and oceanic waters. These tables have been derived from observations made by the Marine Laboratory, Aberdeen, during the period 1960-2010.
The Beyond 2011 programme is an ongoing programme within National Records of Scotland (NRS) to research suitable methods for producing population and socio-demographic information. The success of the Programme will depend on NRS having a clear understanding of user requirements and priorities and it is these requirements that this consultation is intended to capture.
This consultation aims to build upon previous consultations conducted by NRS as well as stakeholder engagement sessions
Response to recent consultation on the Fire and Rescue Framework Scotland 2013 consultaion
A report to consider the findings and recommendations made in the Part 1 of the Report of the Leveson Inquiry in respect of Press Regulation to offer advice and recommendations as to the most appropriate means of achieving statutory underpinning in Scotland.
This publication contains results from the 2012 December Agricultural Survey covering
winter sown crops, hay and silage production, livestock and machinery. It provides
commentary and graphics on the latest annual changes and trends over the past ten years,
together with comparisons with June Census results.
The Scottish Government and Scottish Advisory Group on Behaviour in Schools (SAGBIS) response to the Behaviour in Scottish Schools 2012 research carried out by Ipsos MORI.
Information and guidance for families and friends who have lost someone to murder or culpable homicide, providing information throughout the criminal proceedings process.
A report providing detailed information of food consumption and nutrient intakes of infants and young children (4 to 18 months) in Scotland.
The Fire and Rescue Framework for Scotland 2013 is a statutory document which sets out priorities and guidance for the new Single Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) in carrying out of their statutory functions.
The Consultation responses are in relation to the consultation report for proposed regulations for investigations and other weapons.
The consultation report provides a summary of the responses received in relation to the proposed regulations and how the responses have been considered when writing the regulations.
Folllowing a consultation in 2012, this report analyses the responses and details the next steps that will be taken to expand the number of identity documents that can be accepted as a proof of age in order to purchase alcohol, tobacco and sunbed services.
Scottish Government carried out a Public Consultation into the eligible intervention area for investment of public funds into broadband infrastructure on 1st October 2012. The period of consultation closed on 28th November 2012. A Public Consultation Report was published on 3rd January 2013, extending the period of consultation to 11th January 2013. This report sets out the responses to the consultation and the actions that the Scottish Government has taken as a direct result of those responses.