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Excess deaths in Scotland since the start of the pandemic

Status: Open

The COVID-19 Recovery Committee is undertaking an inquiry into the cause of excess deaths in Scotland since the start of the pandemic. Figure 1 below highlights the total deaths, excess deaths and average deaths in the previous 5 years in the period...

Closes: 28 January 2022

Framework for the Resource Spending Review

Status: Open

The Scottish Government has published a consultative framework document on its forthcoming Scottish Resource Spending Review. Resource Spending is the spending on day-to-day running costs of government programmes and administration. The purpose of a...

Closes: 21 January 2022

Non-Domestic Rates (Coronavirus) (Scotland) Bill

Status: Open

The Committee wants to hear your views on theNon-Domestic Rates (Coronavirus) (Scotland) Bill. Non-domestic rates, also known as Business Rates, are a form of property tax for businesses which help pay for local council services. The amount of tax t...

Closes: 11 February 2022

Non-Domestic Rates (Coronavirus) (Scotland) Bill: Financial Memorandum

Status: Open

Non-domestic rates, also known as Business Rates, are a form of property tax which help pay for local council services. The amount of tax paid is based on the rateable value of the property. The rateable value of a property is based on comparable ren...

Closes: 07 February 2022

The role of local government and its cross-sectoral partners in financing and delivering a net-zero Scotland

Status: Open

The Net Zero, Energy and Transport Committee are examining progress towards Scotlands net zero targets with a particular focus on the role of local government and its partners. The Scottish Parliament agreed statutory targets to make Scotland a net ...

Closes: 21 January 2022