Each year HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMICS) sets out its Scrutiny Plan which plans how HMICS will meet its statutory purpose to inquire into the state, efficiency and effectiveness of both the Police Service of Scotland (‘Police Scotland’) and the Scottish Police Authority. This Plan is published in terms of Section 75 of the [...]
Would you like the opportunity to have a say in how much rent you pay? If so, North Ayrshire Council's annual rent setting consultation will run from 15 October 2018 until 11 November 2018. Rent Matters
North Ayrshire Council is planning the development of 6 amenity flats at the King’s Arms, Irvine. The document below has been provided to allow local people and interested parties to view and comment upon the plans for the development. You can view the plans below from Monday 15 November 2021 until Friday 10 December 2021. Alternatively, [...]
Have your say on changes to the make-up of the UK’s parliamentary constituencies. Following a review, the Boundary Commission for Scotland has put forward plans for a reduction in the number of Scottish constituencies from 59 to 57. While there are no planned changes for Ayrshire, the consultation, gives everyone a chance to respond to the [...]
On behalf of the Scottish Government, the North Ayrshire Health & Social Care Partnership is facilitating consultation sessions on proposals for a National Care Service for Scotland. The sessions will give people the opportunity ask questions and give their views. Sessions can be attended by staff, service users and members of the public. If you would [...]
The Scottish Government is looking for information on how organisations and individuals use the National Performance Framework (NPF). As part of its continuous improvement programme, the Scottish Government is now asking people and organisations how they currently use (or don’t use) the NPF, and what could make it more useful. It is looking for as many [...]
The Scottish Government is seeking views on the next Fire and Rescue Framework for Scotland. This sets out Scottish Ministers' expectations of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. The Framework provides SFRS with strategic priorities and objectives, together with guidance on how the delivery of its functions should contribute to the Scottish Government's purpose.
A consultation has been launched on plans to replace the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and reform Education Scotland (ES). All those with an interest in education, including parents, carers, young people, teachers and lecturers, are invited to give their views.