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Policies and information

Read reports and information on our policies, projects and schemes, including impact reports and our operational policies.

Impact reports

Learn about our impact reports.

Our planet is our single most valuable resource. That's why we're committed to playing our part in Scotland's journey to a low carbon economy. Every three years we publish a report to share the range of actions we've taken to further the conservation of biodiversity.

We're committed to equal opportunities as an employer and in the services we provide. Every two years we publish a report that sets out our commitment to equal opportunities and charts the progress and steps we're taking to address the needs of under-represented groups.

Equality and Fairer Scotland Duty impact assessments

Under the Equality Act we are required to publish equality impact assessments carried out on certain policies and projects. Our latest assessments, and those we support under Fairer Scotland Duty can be found below.

Equality impact assessments
Fairer Scotland Duty assessments

In line with Scottish Government policy, we publish Island Communities Impact Assessments for new policies, strategies or services that affect Scotland's island communities.

Reports

Find detailed reporting on our policies, projects and schemes.

Each year, we publish our net zero framework. This document outlines our approach to helping tackle climate change and looks at economic opportunities that benefit both businesses and the environment.

Previous net zero framework publications

The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 introduces a right for community bodies to make requests to Scottish Enterprise for any land or buildings they feel they could make better use of.

Community bodies can request ownership, lease or other rights, as they wish. The Act requires us to assess requests transparently against a specified list of criteria, and to agree the request unless there are reasonable grounds for refusal.

Under the Trade Union Act and Facility Time regulations 2017, we are required to publish a facility time report for relevant officials, detailing time spent on trade union activities.

Understanding how Scottish Enterprise does business is vital to how information can be accessed. The following key documents set the context and framework within which Scottish Enterprise operates.

Screen Scotlandopens in a new window  is the new dedicated partnership for screen in Scotland, delivering enhanced support for all aspects of Scotland's screen sector.

We work together with Creative Scotland, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Skills Development Scotland and the Scottish Funding Council to deliver Screen Scotland's joint vision and objectives. 

Read the Memorandum of Understanding between Screen Scotland partners (PDF, 1.32MB) opens in a new window

Operational policies

Read our operational policies.

Our health and safety policy ensures we follow the correct procedures to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of all our employees and those we work alongside.

The information security policy outlines the objectives, motivations and direction for Scottish Enterprise to protect its business information, systems and networks.

Information classification policy is used to ensure that information assets receive an appropriate level of protection.

Strategic direction

Learn more about our strategic direction.

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