Disability Assistance for Working Age People (Transitional Provisions and Miscellaneous Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2022: scrutiny report
The Scottish Commission on Social Security's scrutiny report on the draft Disability Assistance for Working Age People (Transitional Provisions and Miscellaneous Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2022 with recommendations for the Scottish Government.
- Document Cover
- Summary of recommendations and observations
- Context and purpose of the draft regulations
- Approach to scrutiny
- Legislating for DLA-ADP migration
- The two-stage transfer
- Winners, losers and options for transitional protection
- Minor and technical issues
- Annex 1: Routes into Adult Disability Payment
- Annex 2: The draft regulations
- Annex 3: Scrutiny timeline
SCoSS scrutiny report
Annex 3: Scrutiny timeline
16 December 2021 – SCoSS meeting with Social Security to discuss the scrutiny checklist – timelines, lead colleagues etc.
22 December 2021 – Informal working draft Regulations shared with SCoSS by Social Security.
26 January 2022 – SCoSS Board attended by Social Security officials in ADP discussion.
10 February 2022 – SCoSS Meeting with Social Security and SGLD.
10 February 2022 – Draft Regulations formally referred to SCoSS by the Minister for Social Security and Local Government.
25 February 2022 – External stakeholder views received from: Child Poverty Action Group, Citizens Advice Scotland, Enable Scotland, Inclusion Scotland, MS Society Scotland, National Autistic Society, National Association of Welfare Rights Advisors Scotland, Scottish Association for Mental Health, Scottish Commission for People with Learning Disabilities, Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance and Scottish Refugee Council.
17 March 2022 – SCoSS draft recommendations and observations released to Scottish Government officials.
23 March 2022 – SCoSS report signed off and laid.