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Open Consultations

Here are just a few of the consultations that are open for response just now.  We can produce a response with your concerns, solutions and ideas to one of these, or any other consultation open at the moment.

Responses cost from £1250.

Charity price for this service starts (and usually finishes!) at £995 all in.

Physically challenged Driver

Closes 25th April 2023

Adult Disability Payment: Mobility Component

The Adult Disability Payment is expected to provide support to over 510,000 people by 2025.


It is the twelfth payment now delivered by Social Security Scotland, replacing Personal Independence Payment (PIP) in Scotland.

A significant number of changes have been made to the payment so far, with this consultation looking at the eligibility in terms of the mobility component.

If you, or your organisation would like to provide an input to this, please get in contact for us to help.  You needn't have been involved in the work to date, it is all about what you have to offer in terms of this specific matter.




Keys on Ring

Closes 5th April 2023

The Scottish Government already called for views on the additional dwelling supplement.  The details can be found here

This consultation seeks views on the proposal for amendemnts to legislation: to amend Schedule 2A of the Land and Buildings Transaction (Scotland) Act 2012 (“the Act”) and insert new Schedule 6A to the Act.

Is this something you or your organisation wish to input to?  If so, and you would like our help to do so, please get in touch.

Sad on Couch

What comes under the term secondary mental health services?  

  • These are usually services that need a GP referral or similar.

  • They usually consist of community mental health teams (CMHTs) and adult in-patient mental health wards.

  • They are sometimes delivered in the community or in hospital by a team of mental health professionals who have the skills and training to meet people's needs.


Examples of these services include, Psychiatrists, Mental Health Nurses, Psychologists, other aligning Health Professions, as well as Social Workers and Mental Health Officers.

There are currently no National Standards for these areas of work.  Do you have expertise and ideas to input to this consultation on how we address this?

If you'd like help in responding to this, please drop us a line.

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