Scottish Parliament Calls for Views

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Open Calls for Views

  • National Performance Framework: Inquiry into proposed National Outcomes

    National Performance Framework The Scottish Government explains that the National Performance Framework is Scotland’s wellbeing framework. The National Performance Framework aims to get everyone in Scotland to work together to deliver on the National Outcomes. This includes: national and local government public and private sectors voluntary organisations businesses communities What are National outcomes? The Government explains that ...

    Closes 28 June 2024

  • Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee Pre-Budget Scrutiny 2025-26

    The Committee agreed to take a cumulative approach to budget scrutiny over Session 6, focusing on the culture spending portfolio. This inquiry follows on from the Committee’s previous pre-budget scrutiny in advance of Budget 2022-23 , 2023-24 and 2024-25 . The Committee wants to hear from individuals, groups and businesses operating within the culture sector. These views will help the Committee to make recommendations to the Scottish Government ahead of its Budget for 2025-26....

    Closes 9 August 2024

  • Managing Scotland’s Public Finances: A Strategic Approach

    Background To inform this year’s pre-budget scrutiny, the Finance and Public Administration Committee will focus on three key areas: progress on the Scottish Government’s public service reform programme the Scottish Government’s approach to taxation - including what its draft tax strategy should include and how potential behavioural responses impact business and individuals how the Scottish Government is using its capital expenditure to achieve innovation,...

    Closes 12 August 2024

  • Assisted Dying for Terminally Ill Adults (Scotland) Bill: Financial Memorandum

    About the Bill Liam McArthur MSP introduced this Member’s Bill. It will allow terminally ill adults in Scotland, who are eligible, to lawfully request, and be provided with, assistance by health professionals to end their own life. Current Status of the Bill This Bill was introduced in the Scottish Parliament by Liam McArthur MSP on 27 March 2024. Read and find out more about the Bill: Assisted Dying for Terminally Ill Adults (Scotland) Bill . Stage 1 The...

    Closes 16 August 2024

  • Assisted Dying for Terminally Ill Adults (Scotland) Bill - Sharing your views

    About this call for evidence - please read before progressing The purpose of this call for evidence is to gather views on the Bill. Those views will inform the Committee’s scrutiny. The call for views and analysis: aim to help the Committee understand the reasons people have for either supporting or opposing the Bill aim to help the Committee understand how people would like to see the Bill amended will not establish whether more people support or oppose the Bill...

    Closes 16 August 2024

Closed Calls for Views

  • Land Reform (Scotland) Bill: Financial Memorandum

    About the Bill The Bill makes changes to the law concerning land management, community engagement and right to buy and transfers of land as well as agricultural holdings and small landholdings. Part 1 of the Bill is based on the Scottish Land Commission’s recommendations relating to the scale and concentration of land ownership. Part 2 of the Bill supports the Scottish Government’s Vision for Agriculture and its ambition to “become a global leader in sustainable and...

    Closed 18 June 2024

  • Housing (Scotland) Bill: Financial Memorandum

    About the Bill The Bill has 7 Parts. Part 1 makes provision about rent including the designation of rent control areas. Part 2 makes provision about dealing with evictions, including duties to consider delaying evictions and the amount of damages for unlawful evictions. Part 3 makes provision about residential tenants keeping pets and making changes to let property. Part 4 makes provision about other matters relating to tenants including unclaimed tenancy deposits,...

    Closed 4 June 2024

  • Housing (Scotland) Bill Call for Views

    We want to hear from you The Local Government, Housing and Planning Committee and Social Justice and Social Security Committee are seeking views on the Housing (Scotland) Bill. The Local Government, Housing and Planning Committee is the lead committee for the Bill, but the Social Justice and Social Security Committee will consider Part 5 (making provision about homelessness prevention) and Part 6 (insofar as it relates to fuel poverty) as these matters fall within its remit. ...

    Closed 24 May 2024

  • Call for Views on the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill

    The Scottish Parliament’s Net Zero, Energy and Transport Committee is seeking your views on the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill. About the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill The Bill was introduced by the Scottish Government on 13 March. It covers: land reform – there are various provisions imposing requirements in relation to owners of larger estates and the transfer of larger estates; lease for environmental purposes – the Bill requires the Scottish Government to publish a...

    Closed 21 May 2024

  • Disability Commissioner (Scotland) Bill: Financial Memorandum

    About the Bill The Bill will establish a Disability Commissioner for Scotland, whose primary purpose will be to promote and safeguard the rights of disabled people. The Commissioner will be appointed by and accountable to the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body but will be independent from Government. Current Status of the Bill This Bill was introduced in the Scottish Parliament by Jeremy Balfour MSP on 8 February 2024. Read and find out more about the Bill: ...

    Closed 17 May 2024