Correspondence

The correspondence below relates to 2018 and 2019. For correspondence from 2016 and 2017, please see the following link: CTEER Correspondence, 2016/17.

Broadcasting and Media

Channel 4's Headquarters

Ofcom

Relevant correspondence with Ofcom will be published here:

STV

Following the evidence session on 28 June 2018, the Committee wrote to the following:

Read the UK Government's response here:

 Margot James MP, Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries, 11 September 2018 (88KB pdf)

STV Chief Executive Simon Pitts wrote to the Committee with an update ahead of the evidence session on Thursday 28 June 2018. Read the letter:

STV Chair Margaret Ford wrote to the Committee in response to a request for the broadcaster to give evidence at a Committee meeting. Read the letter:

The Committee wrote to STV to request follow up information on its future strategy. Read the letter and response:

Budget Scrutiny

Pre-Budget Scrutiny 2020/21 

Ahead of the forthcoming 2020/21 Scottish Government's Budget, the Committee took evidence from the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs on 26 September 2019. Relevant correspondence will be published here.

Pre-Budget Scrutiny 2019/20

Ahead of the forthcoming 2019/20 Scottish Government's Budget, the Committee wrote to the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs. Read the correspondence:

Budget Scrutiny 2019/20

The Committee received correspondence with information that the Cabinet Secretary agreed to provide when she gave oral evidence to the Committee on Thursday 10 January 2019:

Scottish Government's Draft National Outcomes

Census Order

Following its consideration of the Census (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill, the Committee will be considering a Census Order for the 2021 Census in due course. Relevant correspondence will be published here.

Correspondence between the Committee and the Scottish Government/the National Records of Scotland:

Other correspondence:

Culture Strategy

Creative Scotland

Creative Scotland responded to issues raised by Members at 1 November 2018 Meeting.

The Committee wrote to Creative Scotland following their evidence session on 2 May 2019.

Creative Scotland wrote to update the Committee on the funding review on 28 August 2019.

EU Obligations

The Scottish Government produces bi-annual updates for the Committee’s consideration on a range of EU issues. The updates, and associated correspondence, can be found below:  

European Structural Funds

Glasgow School of Art

The Clerk wrote to Kier Construction on 14 December 2018:

Legacy of Slavery in Scotland

Correspondence between the Convener and Historic Environment Scotland regarding the legacy of slavery in Scotland.

Legislative Consent Memoranda

Transient Visitor Levy

UK Hospitality and the Scottish Tourism Alliance wrote to the Committee on the transient visitor levy in advance of the meeting on 13 September 2018:

UK's Withdrawal from the EU

Erasmus+

The Committee wrote to the Secretary of State, Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP, regarding the Erasmus+ programme.

European (Withdrawal) Bill

Parliamentary Scrutiny of New Powers

The Committee received correspondence from the Convener of the Finance and Constitution Committee, on a co-ordinated approach to developing the Scottish Parliament’s scrutiny role in relation to the new powers arising from the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

Scottish Government's Paper - "Scotland's Place in Europe: People, Jobs and Investment"

Sectoral Analysis Reports on the UK’s Withdrawal from the EU 

The Convener wrote to the Sectary of State for Scotland in realtion to the EU Exit Analysis which was provided to the HoC Exiting the EU Committee and the HoL EU Select Committee on 16 February 2018: 

Read the response:

Shared Prosperity Fund 

UK-EU Interinstitutional Relations Post-Brexit

UK Seafood Trade Modelling Report

UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill 

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