Additional funding has been secured to support work to integrate refugees across Scotland.
The £1.6 million in funding will focus on the development of a refreshed New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy, ensuring refugees and asylum seekers are supported to make their new communities their home.
Views are being sought on ground-breaking proposals to help grow local economies and ensure more money stays in the hands of communities.
The Scottish Government is consulting the public on plans for new Community Wealth Building legislation - the first of its kind in the world - as part of its wider strategy to transform Scotland’s economy.
Pragmatic approach to support hosts during cost of living crisis.
Recognising the pressures short-term lets hosts face at this time, legislation has been laid to extend the deadline for applying for a licence by six months to 1 October 2023.
Regeneration projects in disadvantaged and rural communities across Scotland will receive a share of almost £27 million funding.
Scotland’s Census consists of many elements.
Almost 90% of households made a census return, with 90% of those completing their return online.
We are now seeking views on a proposed definition of ‘Gypsies and Travellers’ for the specific purposes of the planning legislation.
The Scottish Land Commission is driving a programme of land reform spanning both urban and rural land, to create a Scotland where land is owned and used in ways that are fair, responsible and productive.
First-time buyers and others on low to medium incomes are being encouraged to take advantage of the Open Market Shared Equity Scheme to help buy a home in 2023.
The scheme allows people to buy a home without having to fund its entire cost and is available across Scotland to these people who face particular barriers to the housing market: