Social Security (Up-rating) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2022: scrutiny report
The Scottish Commission on Social Security's scrutiny report on the draft Social Security (Up-rating) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2022 with recommendations for the Scottish Government.
- Document Cover
- Summary of recommendations and observations
- Executive Summary
- Scottish Child Payment
- Best Start
- Child Winter Heating Assistance (CWHA)
- Coronavirus Carer’s Allowance Supplement (CCAS)
- Annex A: Overview – powers and constraints
- Annex B: Summary of key provisions in the draft
- Annex C: Scrutiny timeline
Annex C: Scrutiny timeline
29 November 2021: Informal briefing held between SCoSS Secretariat and Scottish Government’s Senior Policy Officer.
6 December 2021: Informal draft Uprating Regulations received from Scottish Government’s Senior Policy Officer.
9 December 2021: Scottish budget announced.
9 December 2021: Draft Uprating Regulations and Section 86A report (formerly Section 77 report) formally referred to SCoSS by the Minister for Social Security and Local Government.
15 December 2021: SCoSS Board held. Scottish Government Senior Policy Officer in attendance to discuss approach,
timeline, recommendations and next steps.
20 December 2021 – 10 January 2022: Period spanning leave arrangements of SCoSS members and Secretariat
13 January 2022: Provide Scottish Government with advance notice of SCoSS recommendations.
17 January 2022: SCoSS report signed off and laid.
End of January 2022: Uprating Regulations laid in Parliament.
April 2022: Uprating Regulations into force.