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  1. Fairer Scotland Duty statement

    19 January 2021

    Our compliance with Fairer Scotland Duty.

  2. Fees consultation response

    19 January 2021

    Registers of Scotland's response to 2020 fees consultation.

  3. Business and regulatory impact assessment

    19 January 2021

    Final business and regulatory impact assessment on 2020 fee review.

  4. Island Communities Impact Assessment

    15 January 2021

    Island Communities Impact Assessments under the Islands (Scotland) Act 2018 duties.

  5. Biodiversity report

    13 January 2021

    Register of Scotland biodiversity report 2018 - 20

  6. Consultation paper

    22 December 2020

    You can submit responses to this consultation paper on the Scottish Government's consultation hub. Registers of Scotland (RoS) is a Scottish public body headed by the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland. The Keeper is a non-ministerial office-holder

  7. Foreword from the Keeper

    22 December 2020

    Registers of Scotland (RoS) is committed to being an innovative digital registration and information business trusted for its quality, integrity and excellent customer service. In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, RoS successfully launched a

  8. Digital submissions 2020

    17 December 2020

    A consultation on our proposal to make our digital submissions service permanent.

  9. Annual procurement report 2020

    11 December 2020

    Introduction. Registers of Scotland is a Scottish Public Sector contracting authority, subject to the Procurement Reform Act (Scotland) 2014. As such we have an obligation to publish a procurement strategy and to then monitor progress published in

  10. Openness and transparency policy

    11 December 2020

    This policy sets out our commitment to promote openness, transparency and accountability in public life.