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Upcoming Conferences

This page lists our forthcoming conferences. Please check back regularly as this page is constantly updated with new conferences and new speakers and themes are added daily.

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Upcoming conferences filtered by subject: Public Sector and Government

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Implementing Scotland's New Planning Act: Where are we now and what happens next?

This conference examines how and when the Scottish Government plans to roll out implementation of the new Planning Act, what needs to happen for the Act to meet its original objectives for planning in Scotland and which issues remain to be defined in order to give full effect to the content of the Act.

Tue 25th Aug 2020

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

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Scotland's New Tourism Tax: Exploring the challenges and opportunities of the new levy

This conference examines how Scotland's new tourism tax may be structured, how it could be operated, what the impact of such a tax would be and the potential benefits which may arise from the use of revenues from a tourism tax.

Thu 27th Aug 2020

Edinburgh

Edinburgh City Chambers

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Scotland's Journey to Net Zero: Delivering on the Scottish Government's response to climate emergency

This conference discusses the Scottish Government's objective of achieving a net zero Scotland by 2045, considers the policy and funding commitments announced by the First Minister to support that objective and looks at the challenges and opportunities for core carbon-emitting organisations, sectors and services in responding to the Scottish Government's ambitions.

Tue 1st Sep 2020

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

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Scottish Open Government: Delivering on the Scottish Government's Programme of Reforms

This conference discusses the development of open government in Scotland's public bodies and services against the backdrop of the Scottish Government's 'Open Government in Scotland Action Plan 2018-2020'. It considers the roles of emerging deliberative democracy, increasing accountability, greater digital empowerment and increasing co-production in decision making about the shape and funding of public services, particularly in the context of meeting the challenges of social justice, climate change and achieving net zero.

Thu 8th Oct 2020

Edinburgh

Morton Fraser Lawyers

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Consumers, Customers and Complaints in Scotland: Protecting Reputation, Avoiding Regulators and Delivering Excellence

This conference addresses the challenge of meeting customer and consumer expectations in Scotland for all those operating in the public and private sectors where the consumption of services and products involves pre-empting, engaging with, resolving or disputing complaints.

Tue 27th Oct 2020

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

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