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Corporate Plan 2016-19 - The first Corporate Plan for Historic Environment Scotland sets out our vision and direction as the lead public body for the historic environment.
This response sets out how we have considered the findings of the consultation and feedback from engagement activity and outlines what has been included in the final version of our Corporate Plan.
"Corporate Plan 2016-19 Consultation: Response Analysis" - This paper analyses the responses to the public consultation of Historic Environment Scotland's 2016-19 Corporate Plan.
26 November 2015
Following the launch of the 12 week consultation on the HES Corporate Plan (“the Plan”) for 2016-19 a consultation event was held on 26 November at the Macdonald Holyrood Hotel.
Corporate Plan 2016-19 Equality Impact Assessment Record is a report considering how our policies may impact people who share protected characteristics as determined by the Equality Act 2010.
"Corporate Plan 2016-19 Equality Impact Assessment Results" outlines the results of an assessment of the impacts of our Corporate Plan on people with protected characteristics.
This BRIA considers whether the Historic Environment Scotland Corporate Plan 2016-19 impacts, either positively or negatively, on businesses in Scotland in different ways.
This post adoption statement outlines how the findings of the SEA and the views of consultees have been taken into account in the development of the drafting of the final Corporate Plan.
The findings of our consultations and assessments of the impact of our Corporate Plan 2019 Onwards on equalities, businesses and the environment.
Corporate Plan 2016-19
The purpose of SEA is to ensure that information on the environmental effects of a plan, programme or strategy is gathered and made available to plan-makers and decision takers.
Our vision is Heritage For All. This document set out the path we will follow to reach this vision from 2019 onwards.
Chaidh am plana seo a dhealbhadh fo iarrtas reachdail mar phàirt de Achd na Gàidhlig 2005.