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Meeting of the Parliament 14 November 2018 [Draft] : 14 November 2018
I cannot range across everybody else’s portfolios, but I can say that I was somewhat surprised to hear the comments about the NFUS. I had a meeting directly with ...
We listen to evidence and information from everywhere, but I remind members that the UK Committee on Climate Change is our statutory adviser—it is who the Parliam...
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (Roseanna Cunningham)
I thank Maurice Golden for bringing to Parliament this debate on the recent IPCC special report. The Scottish Government has welcomed it already and I do so again today. The report sets out ...
Both regulatory authorities are fully aware that local communities want to be kept informed of what has been happening. SEPA’s investigations into the unplanned e...
Unplanned flaring at the Mossmorran site remains under investigation by SEPA as an independent regulator. SEPA provides updates,...
We have already prioritised action on plastics and we will continue to do so. I think that most members will know about the work that has already been done in respect of some of the single-u...
I do not have a note of the precise number of events, but I do know that there has been a clear amount of discussion. The group whose membership I read out has be...
I am conscious that, particularly on islands, there are transport issues. I am happy to discuss with SEPA whether the member’s request is appropriate and I am hap...
We would want to have conversations where necessary. A list of plastic waste service providers is available on the Zero Waste Scotland website; perhaps access to ...
The relevant amendment to the Waste Management Licensing (Scotland) Regulations was made in 2013 and a group was established in autumn 2016 to plan the transition towards a position where th...
That the Parliament agrees to the general principles of the Scottish Crown Estate Bill.
Supported by: Joe FitzPatrick
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Environmental Authorisations (Scotland) Regulations 2018 [draft] be approved.
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Community Right to Buy (Abandoned, Neglected or Detrimental Land) (Eligible Land, Regulators and Restrictions on Transfers and Dealing) (Scotland) Regulations 2018 [draft] be approved.
That the Parliament acknowledges and shares the increasing recognition of the cumulative damage that plastics are doing to the environment and economy, not just domestically but also globally; agrees that there is a need for an evidence-based approach to tackle the problem; welcomes the actions that the Scottish Government and others have taken to tackle litter at source and in areas of litter accumulation, and supports the aim to both encourage behaviour change in society and to seek legislative solutions to this problem where necessary and appropriate.
That the Local Government and Communities Committee recommends that the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 (Supplementary and Consequential Provisions) Order 2018 [draft] be approved.
That the Parliament agrees that the Wild Animals in Travelling Circuses (Scotland) Bill be passed.
That the Parliament recognises that efforts to reduce flood risk are a vital part of the Scottish Government’s adaptation to a changing climate and are needed to provide a foundation for sustainable economic growth and thriving communities; agrees that the risk-based, plan-led, multi-agency partnership approach, as introduced by the Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009, has led to a better understanding of the causes and impacts of flooding, and consequently enabled significant progress towards delivering sustainable management of flood risk in Scotland, and further recognises the work of local authorities, Scottish Water, SEPA and other partners to deliver new flood protection schemes, Floodline, the Scottish Flood Forecasting Service and advances in property level protection, which are providing protection to Scotland’s communities and increasing their resilience.
That the Parliament notes the importance of water to Scotland’s national and international identity, and supports action to develop the water economy, as promoted by the Hydro Nation agenda, which is helping to make Scotland a world-leader in the responsible management of water resources by developing economic and non-economic value through the high level of performance demonstrated by Scottish Water, supporting the wider water industry and international activity, which, together, make a contribution to the UN's sustainable development goals and Scotland’s low-carbon economy.
Supported by: Alasdair Allan
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2017 [draft] be approved.
That the Parliament agrees to the general principles of the Wild Animals in Travelling Circuses (Scotland) Bill.
Mats Melin and
It has, of course, been a busy start to the year for the traditional arts sector with the hugely successful Celtic Connections Festival. With this in mind the Traditional Arts Working Group''s first meeting is scheduled to take place on 26 February.
In its 2008 Annual Report, FiSAB reported that Scotland''s financial services industry as a whole contributes around £7 billion to the Scottish Gross Domestic Product and 86,000 jobs in total. Employment in the Life and Pensions sector in 2006 accounted for 16% of financial services employment in Scotland with general insurance employing 7%.
It is for employers to decide how to make the most efficient use of their resources in providing care for disabled people, including deciding whether to use assistance dogs.
Main Job Function
Routine Care/Support Work (Other than Home Care, Care Home and AHP assistance)
Routine Care/Support Work (Care Home)
Other Class 2 Care Work
1. The staff included within this table encompass those who work within all categories of Adult services, including those specialising in mental health, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, substance misuse and sensory impairment.
2. Class 2 Care Work Staff are defined as Staff who provide direct personal physical, emotional, social or health care and support to service users and are accountable for dealing with routine aspects of a care plan or service. These staff usually have no supervisory responsibility.
3. Of the 53,776 staff reported in the 2006 Staff Of Scottish Local Authority Social Work Services publication, 34% were reported with no main user group identified. Of the 66% with a user group 7,449 were identified as being Class 2 workers working with the user group Adults.
4. The salary information provided is the full-time equivalent. For example, a person earning £6,000 per annum for half a week''s work would be reported as being in the salary range £10,000 “ £13,125 not <£10,000.
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