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list of scottish local authorities

List of scottish local authorities
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This page consists of profiles for each Scottish Council area. They contain data on population, births, deaths, life expectancy, migration, marriages, civil partnerships, households and dwellings.
The full profiles are available as HTML files. Maximum file size 3 MB.

Your Rights > Who can I ask? > Authorities listed in Schedule 1 of the Act
The FOI Act contains a list of most of the types of Scottish public authorities that must respond to information requests. This is in Schedule 1 of the FOI Act.

Click on a community council area to see the name of the community council and a link to contact details on the local authority’s website.
You can choose your local authority in the dropdown box to change the map to your local local authority area.

Please contact them directly if your enquiry is related to:
Listed below are the 32 local authorities in Scotland. Click on the links to view the contact details of personnel responsible for supporting probationers.

  • the public to search the public register of registered landlords in Scotland
  • private landlords (or anyone managing rental property on their behalf) to apply for, manage and renew their registration in one place
  • Scotland’s 32 local authorities to maintain the register in their area

A registration number shows that a landlord is approved by the local authority to let property.

LABSS Members, Scotland’s 32 Local Authorities protect the built environment by working with you on your building project
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Local authorities in Scotland have spent more than £2m on flights for staff, a Freedom of Information investigation has revealed.
The Scotsman report:

The objectives of the committee are to:
Please note, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CSWOs are currently meeting every other week for 2 hours.

When communities across Scotland experience disruptions, whether major incidents like Covid-19, or more localised challenges, they develop unique resources and strengths to get through.
When communities plan and organise themselves to prepare for challenges and disruptions it can make a big difference. Our Community Resilience Checklist contains straightforward information to help your group create a resilience plan.