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SCDI Policy

SCDI members help shape our policy

Join SCDI and benefit from opportunities to share knowledge, strengthen your networks, and shape the economic agenda to deliver long term growth for Scotland.

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The independent, broad-based and inclusive membership and non-political stance of SCDI means it is uniquely placed as an organisation to consult and debate, monitor and evaluate, represent and support its members across the private, public and social economy sectors on all matters affecting the Scottish economy.

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CONSULTATION RESPONSE: Consultation on the Scottish National Investment Bank Bill

UKIS Events and Competitions Factsheet

CONSULTATION RESPONSE: A Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee consultation on Article 50 Preparedness

CONSULTATION RESPONSE: Barclay Implementation: A consultation on non-domestic rates reform

CONSULTATION RESPONSE: Draft Oil & Gas Taxation Legislation

CONSULTATION RESPONSE: A Rural Conversation - Together We Can, Together We Will

SCDI’s annual keynote ‘Forum’ – held each spring – ensures that our members guide, develop and input to SCDI’s policy work for the forthcoming period.

In response to requests from the Scottish Government, the UK Government, the European Commission, Parliamentary Committees, Non-Departmental Organisations and members, SCDI makes submissions on issues of public policy. SCDI also submits views and evidence to these bodies arising from our own research.

We are focused on strengthening Scotland’s economy – to make it more resilient and robust – through increased levels of Innovation, Productivity and Internationalisation, underpinned by Infrastructure and Place.

An efficient transport system is vital…. SCDI’s policy submissions and involvement in the key transport forums ensures that this message is being properly highlighted to government. , , Road Haulage Association

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