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Budget (Scotland) Act 2007

2007 asp 9

The Bill for this Act of the Scottish Parliament was passed by the Parliament on 14th February 2007 and received Royal Assent on 20th March 2007

An Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision, for financial year 2007/08, for the use of resources by the Scottish Administration and certain bodies whose expenditure is payable out of the Scottish Consolidated Fund, for authorising the payment of sums out of the Fund and for the maximum amounts of borrowing by certain statutory bodies; to make provision, for financial year 2008/09, for authorising the payment of sums out of the Fund on a temporary basis; and for connected purposes.

Part 1 SFinancial year 2007/08

Use of resourcesS

1The Scottish AdministrationS

(1)Resources other than accruing resources may, in financial year 2007/08, be used by the Scottish Administration for the purposes specified in column 1 of schedule 1—

(a)so far as the use of resources consists of incurring liability in respect of recoverable VAT, without limit as to amount, and

(b)in any other case, up to the amounts specified in the corresponding entries in column 2.

(2)Accruing resources of the types specified in column 3 of schedule 1 may, in financial year 2007/08, be used by the Scottish Administration for the purposes specified in the corresponding entries in column 1 up to the amounts specified in column 4.

(3)Accruing resources in respect of recoverable VAT may, in financial year 2007/08, be used, without limit as to amount, by the Scottish Administration for any purpose for which resources are authorised to be used by virtue of subsection (1).

(4)Accruing resources of the types specified in column 1 of each Part of schedule 2 may, in financial year 2007/08, be used by the Scottish Administration for the purposes specified in the corresponding entries in column 2 up to the overall amount specified at the end of that Part.

(5)Accruing resources authorised to be used by virtue of subsection (3) or (4) may be so used only through the part of the Scottish Administration through which they accrue.

(6)The Parts of schedule 2 set out the types of accruing resources, purposes and overall amounts by reference to the parts of the Scottish Administration through which the resources accrue and may be used.

(7)In this section, references to recoverable VAT are to value added tax in respect of which a claim for a refund may be made by the Scottish Administration under section 41(3) of the Value Added Tax Act 1994 (c. 23).

2Direct-funded bodiesS

(1)Resources other than accruing resources may, in financial year 2007/08, be used by the direct-funded bodies mentioned in column 1 of schedule 3 for the purposes specified in that column—

(a)so far as the use of resources consists of incurring liability in respect of recoverable VAT, without limit as to amount, and

(b)in any other case, up to the amounts specified in the corresponding entries in column 2.

(2)Accruing resources of the types specified in column 3 of schedule 3 may, in financial year 2007/08, be used by those bodies for the purposes specified in the corresponding entries in column 1 up to the amounts specified in column 4.

(3)Accruing resources in respect of recoverable VAT may, in financial year 2007/08, be used, without limit as to amount, by any direct-funded body mentioned in column 1 of schedule 3 for any purpose for which resources are authorised to be used by that body by virtue of subsection (1).

(4)Accruing resources of the types specified in column 1 of each Part of schedule 4 may, in financial year 2007/08, be used by the direct-funded body to which that Part relates for the purposes specified in the corresponding entries in column 2 up to the overall amount specified at the end of that Part.

(5)In this section, references to recoverable VAT are to value added tax in respect of which a claim for a refund may be made by the direct-funded body concerned under section 41(3) of the Value Added Tax Act 1994 (c. 23).

The Scottish Consolidated FundS

3Overall cash authorisationsS

For the purposes of section 4(2) of the 2000 Act, the overall cash authorisations for financial year 2007/08 are—

(a)in relation to the Scottish Administration, [F1£28,667,377,000]

(b)in relation to the Forestry Commissioners, [F2£74,649,000]

(c)in relation to the Food Standards Agency, [F3£10,196,000,]

(d)in relation to the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body, [F4£81,372,000,]

(e)in relation to Audit Scotland, [F5£9,032,000.]

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4Contingencies: payments out of the FundS

(1)This section applies where, in financial year 2007/08, it is proposed to pay out of the Scottish Consolidated Fund under section 65(1)(c) of the Scotland Act 1998 (c. 46), for or in connection with expenditure of the Scottish Administration or a direct-funded body, a sum which does not fall within the overall cash authorisation specified in section 3 in relation to the Scottish Administration or, as the case may be, that body.

(2)The sum may be paid out of the Fund only if its payment is authorised by the Scottish Ministers.

(3)The Scottish Ministers may authorise payment only if they consider that—

(a)the payment is necessarily required in the public interest to meet urgent expenditure for a purpose falling within section 65(2) of the Scotland Act 1998 (c. 46), and

(b)it is not reasonably practicable, for reasons of urgency, to amend the overall cash authorisation by an order under section 7 of this Act.

(4)But the Scottish Ministers must not authorise payment of the sum if it would result in an excess of sums paid out of the Fund over sums paid into the Fund.

(5)The aggregate amount of the sums which the Scottish Ministers may authorise to be paid out of the Fund under this section must not exceed £50,000,000.

(6)Where the Scottish Ministers authorise a payment under this section they must, as soon as possible, lay before the Scottish Parliament a report setting out the circumstances of the authorisation and why they considered it to be necessary.

Borrowing by certain statutory bodiesS

5Borrowing by certain statutory bodiesS

In schedule 5, the amounts set out in column 2 are the amounts specified for financial year 2007/08 for the purposes of the enactments listed in the corresponding entries in column 1 (which make provision as to the net borrowing of the bodies mentioned in that column).

F6Part 2SFinancial year 2008/09

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6Emergency arrangements: overall cash authorisationsS

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Part 3 SMiscellaneous and supplementary

Budget revisionsS

7Amendment of this ActS

(1)The Scottish Ministers may by order made by statutory instrument amend—

(a)the amounts specified in section 3,

(b)schedules 1 to 5.

(2)No order may be made under subsection (1) unless a draft of it has been laid before, and approved by resolution of, the Scottish Parliament.

SupplementaryS

8RepealS

Part 2 (financial year 2007/08) of the Budget (Scotland) Act 2006 (asp 5) is repealed.

9InterpretationS

(1)References in this Act to “the 2000 Act” are references to the Public Finance and Accountability (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 1).

(2)References in this Act to accruing resources in relation to the Scottish Administration or any direct-funded body are to such resources accruing to the Scottish Administration or, as the case may be, that body in financial year 2007/08.

(3)References in this Act to the direct-funded bodies are references to the bodies mentioned in section 3(b) to (e) of this Act; and references to a direct-funded body are references to any of those bodies.

(4)Except where otherwise expressly provided, expressions used in this Act and in the 2000 Act have the same meanings in this Act as they have in that Act.

10Short titleS

This Act may be cited as the Budget (Scotland) Act 2007.

SCHEDULE 1SThe Scottish Administration

(introduced by section 1)

PurposeAmount of resources other than accruing resourcesType of accruing resourcesAmount of accruing resources
1. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through [F7their Rural Affairs and the Environment portfolio]) on market support; support for agriculture in special areas including crofting communities; rural development, agri-environmental and farm woodland measures; compensation to sheep producers; animal health; agricultural education; advisory, research and development services; botanical and scientific services; assistance to production, marketing and processing; administration, land management and other agricultural services; assistance to the Scottish fisheries sector; fishery protection; other services including fisheries research and development and special services; natural heritage; environment protection; rural affairs; other environmental expenditure; flood prevention; coastal protection; air quality monitoring; [F8miscellaneous water grants (including the Drinking Water Quality Regulator for Scotland)][F9£1,026,166,000]Sale of surplus land, buildings and equipment; sale of holdings to existing tenants; F10...£10,900,000
2. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through [F11their Health and Wellbeing portfolio]) on housing subsidies; Communities Scotland; new housing partnerships and community ownership; sponsorship of Energy Action Scotland; repayment of debt and any associated costs; other expenditure, contributions and grants relating to housing; F12... research and publicity and other central services; sites for gypsies and travellers; residual grants to housing associations; grants for the Community Regeneration Fund and other services; other regeneration initiatives; programmes promoting social inclusion; other sundry services in connection with the environment; F13...expenditure relating to equality issues;[F14hospital and community health services; family health services; community care; grants to local authorities and the third sector; social care; welfare food; the Scottish Drugs Challenge Fund; the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland; payments to the Skipton Fund; other health services; sport] F15...[F16£11,783,220,000]Sale of property, land and equipment; repayment of loans[F17£301,000,000]
3. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through [F18their Education and Lifelong Learning portfolio]) on schools; training and development of teachers; educational research, development and promotion; international and other educational services; HM Inspectors of Education; childcare;[F19youth work;] associated social work services; Social Work Inspection Agency; [F20grant in aid for the Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council; funding for the Student Awards Agency for Scotland and related costs, including the Student Loan Scheme and the Graduate Endowment Scheme; Enterprise in Education;[F21More Choices. More Chances; Skills Development; English for speakers of other languages;] Not in Education or Employment or Training; scientific and research-related activities; sundry lifelong learning activities][F22£3,194,772,000]Sale of surplus land, buildings and equipment[F23; the repayment of student loans][F24£70,000,000]
F25...F26...F27...F28...
F29...F30...F31...F32...
6. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through [F33their Justice portfolio]) on legal aid (including administration); criminal injuries compensation (including administration); certain services relating to crime including the Parole Board for Scotland; the Scottish Prison Service; the Scottish Prisons Complaints Commission; the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission; the Risk Management Authority; the Scottish Police Services Authority and other police services (including grants to local authorities) and superannuation of police on secondment; fire and rescue services (including Scottish Fire Services College and superannuation and grants to local authorities); civil contingencies; measures in relation to antisocial behaviour; measures in relation to drug abuse and treatment; miscellaneous services relating to administration of justice; community justice services including probation and supervised attendance orders; grants to [F34the third sector]; court services, including judicial pensions; the Accountant in Bankruptcy; certain legal services; costs and fees in connection with legal proceedings; Police Loan Charges[F35£1,595,256,000]Sale of police vehicles; sale of prison land, buildings, staff quarters, vehicles, equipment and property[F36£2,700,000]
7. For use by the Scottish Ministers on administrative costs and operational costs; costs of providing continuing services to the Scottish Parliament; costs associated with the functions of the Queen's Printer for Scotland[F37£262,479,000]Income from sale of surplus capital assets£35,000
8. For use by the Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages for Scotland (through the General Register Office for Scotland) on administrative costs and operational costs[F38£13,061,000]
9. For use by the Scottish Ministers and the Keeper of the Records of Scotland (through the National Archives of Scotland) on administrative costs and operational costs (including[F39building works associated with the creation of the Scottish Family History Centre and] the conversion of the sasine records to digital images)[F40£11,768,000]
10. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through [F41their Finance and Sustainable Growth portfolio]) on running and capital costs of the Scottish Public Pensions Agency; revenue support grants and payment of non-domestic rates in Scotland; other local authority grants and special grants relating to council tax and spend-to-save scheme; other services including payments under the Bellwin scheme covering floods, storms and other emergencies; expenditure on committees, commissions and [F42other portfolio services]; F43... expenditure and grant assistance in relation to [F44public sector reform and efficiency]; data sharing and standards; [F45roads, bridges and associated services, including the acquisition of land, lighting and road safety; costs involved in the removal of tolls; assistance to local transport; support for transport services in the highlands and islands; piers and harbours including Piers and Harbours grants to local authorities and miscellaneous costs in relation to ports and harbours; support for ferry services; grant aid to British Waterways Board in respect of Scotland’s inland waterways; funding for rail infrastructure and rail services in Scotland; other expenditure relating to rail; provision for other transport services, grants and research expenditure; expenditure relating to Highlands and Islands Airports Limited and the privatisation of the Scottish Bus Group; support for bus services in Scotland; support for certain air services; transport-related grants to local authorities, Regional Transport Partnerships and the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Authority; payments to former members of Scottish Transport Group pension schemes; funding for Transport Scotland and related costs; support for concessionary fare schemes and ticketing infrastructure; costs in relation to establishing and funding the office of Scottish Road Works Commissioner; loans to Scottish Water and other water grants (including the Water Industry Commission for Scotland); grants in respect of the third sector; planning; Scottish Building Standards Agency; tourism; grant in aid for Scottish Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise; Regional Selective Assistance including Innovation and Investment grants; telecommunications infrastructure; European Structural Fund grants to public corporations, non-departmental public bodies, local authorities and other bodies and organisations; [F46Tourism;]energy related activities; sundry enterprise-related activities][F47£11,762,245,000][F48Repayment of voted loans (capital) by Scottish Enterprise and Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd; repayment of loans by the [F49Tay Road Bridge Joint Board]; repayment of loans by Independent Piers and Harbours Trusts; repayment of loans by Scottish Water; sale of buildings, land and equipment[F50repayment of public dividend capital]][F51£30,300,000]
11. For use by the Scottish Ministers on pensions, allowances, gratuities etc. payable in respect of the teachers' and national health service pension schemes[F52£2,647,902,000]
12. For use by the Lord Advocate (through the Crown Office, the Procurator Fiscal Service and the office of Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer) on administrative costs, including costs relating to the office of Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, fees paid to temporary procurators fiscal, witness expenses, victim expenses where applicable and other costs associated with Crown prosecutions and cases brought under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002[F53£101,114,000]Sale of surplus assets[F54£500,000]
13. For use by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator on administrative costs and operational costs[F55£3,030,000]
[F5614.For use by the Scottish Ministers (through the First Minister’s portfolio) on support for the cultural heritage of Scotland, including the Gaelic language; cultural organisations; architecture; Historic Scotland; central government grants to non-departmental public bodies, local authorities and other bodies and organisations; international relations and development assistance; expenditure on committees, commissions and other portfolio services; expenditure in relation to running costs of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Prosecution in Scotland.][F57£257,120,000][F58Sale of land, buildings and equipment]
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SCHEDULE 2SAccruing resources of the Scottish Administration which may be used without individual limit

(introduced by section 1)

Part 1S[F59Rural Affairs and the Environment portfolio]

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Amendments (Textual)

Overall amount: £520,000,000

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Funding from European agricultural and fisheries fundsEU CAP support, rural development and fisheries subsidy and grant schemes
2. Sale of carcasses; repayment of loans under Crofting Building Loan Scheme; bond fees and insurance; receipts from the Meat and Livestock Commission under Ministerial DirectionRelated rural development expenditure
3. Contributions under the superannuation scheme for the Scottish Agricultural College and Agricultural and Biological Research Institutes; rents and wayleaves; recovery of costs in connection with land drainage; fees for Common Agricultural Policy Scheme appeals; sales of produce; charges under livestock schemes; pension contributions from members of the Crofters Commission and the Deer Commission; charges for cattle passports; charges for relevant publications and statisticsRelated agricultural services expenditure
4. Repayment of loans to harbour authorities; charges for relevant publications and statisticsRelated fisheries expenditure
5. Charges for plant health and control work, seed and variety testing and pesticides work; sales of produce; charges for advisory visits, certifications, testing plants, animals and fish; charges for hire of equipment, publications and statisticsRelated Scottish Agricultural Science Agency (SASA), Fisheries Research Services (FRS) and Scottish Fisheries Protection Agency (SFPA) expenditure
6. Income of SASA, FRS and SFPA from services provided to external customersSASA, FRS and SFPA expenditure
7. Sale of research results and publications; charges for licences under the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985[F60Landfill Allowance penalties and contributions towards the Scottish Coastal Forum]Expenditure on environmental services
F61...F61...
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F61 Words in sch. 2 Pt. 1 omitted (6.12.2007) by virtue of Budget (Scotland) Act 2007 Amendment Order 2007 (S.S.I. 2007/551) , arts. 1(1) , 4(2)(b)

Part 2S[F62Health and Wellbeing portfolio]

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Overall amount: [F63£1,219,200,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Income from the sale of research results and publications; other minor miscellaneous income[F64Expenditure on miscellaneous communities programmes]
2. Capital sums accruing to Communities ScotlandCommunities Scotland expenditure
F65...F65...
4. Recovery of grant awarded to local authorities and Registered Social Landlords under the New Housing Partnerships initiative and Community OwnershipExpenditure on housing
5. Income from local authorities in respect of right to buy sales following housing stock transferExpenditure on housing
6. Receipts from local authorities arising out of housing stock transfersRepayment of local authority housing debt and associated costs
F66...F66...
8. Communities Scotland receipts from interest on loansExpenditure on housing
9. Recovery of unused regeneration moniesExpenditure on regeneration
[F6710. Charges to private patients; income generation schemes; charges for the processing of plasma for the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety in Northern Ireland; handling charges for blood products; sales of antibodies and related products; repayments of Project 2000 bursaries; F68...Expenditure on hospital and community health services]
[F6711. Prescription charges collected by dispensing doctors, pharmacists, Health Boards and appliance suppliers; sales of prescription pre-payment certificates; payments under the Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme; rental of national health service properties; charges collected by dental practitioners and ophthalmologists; recovery of charges from patients, dispensing contractors and practitionersExpenditure on family health services]
[F6712. Sales of publications; fees for conferences and courses; royalties from projects developed with portfolio assistance; sales of vitamin drops and tablets at national health service clinics; other miscellaneous incomeExpenditure on other health services]
[F6713. Income from fees charged by the Scottish Commission for the Regulation of CareExpenditure on community care]
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F64 Words in sch. 2 Pt. 2 substituted (6.12.2007) by Budget (Scotland) Act 2007 Amendment Order 2007 (S.S.I. 2007/551) , arts. 1(1) , 4(3)(b)

F65 Words in sch. 2 Pt. 2 omitted (6.12.2007) by virtue of Budget (Scotland) Act 2007 Amendment Order 2007 (S.S.I. 2007/551) , arts. 1(1) , 4(3)(c)

F66 Words in sch. 2 Pt. 2 omitted (6.12.2007) by virtue of Budget (Scotland) Act 2007 Amendment Order 2007 (S.S.I. 2007/551) , arts. 1(1) , 4(3)(d)

Part 3S[F69Education and Lifelong Learning portfolio]

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Amendments (Textual)

Overall amount: [F70£85,800,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Recovery of costs from local authorities in respect of self-governing schoolsExpenditure on education services
2. Recovery of costs from HM Inspectors of EducationExpenditure on education services
3. Recovery of costs from YouthlinkExpenditure on education services
[F714. Repayment of student awards and interest capitalised on student loansExpenditure of the Student Awards Agency for Scotland
5. Income from the Graduate Endowment SchemeExpenditure on student support relating to the provision of allowances for living costs and loans
6. Sums accruing from Lifelong Learning related activitiesExpenditure on Lifelong Learning related activities]
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F72Part 4SScottish Executive Enterprise, Transport and Lifelong Learning Department

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F73Part 5SScottish Executive Health Department

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Part 6S[F74Justice portfolio]

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Overall amount: [F75£36,000,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Superannuation contributions for police officers on secondment to the Scottish Police College (SPC); charges for students from outwith Scottish Police Forces; charges for use of SPC for various activitiesExpenditure of the SPC
2. Contributions made by the Scottish Police Federation to the cost of salaries, etc. of their secretary and chairman; receipts from fixed penalty noticesExpenditure on police services
3. Income from criminal records checks carried out by Disclosure ScotlandExpenditure on police services
4.Income from sale of prison-manufactured goods, services and other industries income; various income including income from land and buildingsExpenditure of the Scottish Prison Service
5. General income of the Scottish Fire Services College, including that from fire-related and other organisations which use the college's teaching and conference facilities on a repayment basisExpenditure of the Scottish Fire Services College
6. Civil contingencies income from sale of surplus and obsolete equipment; course income; rents from other bodies using radio masts or stations owned by the Scottish ExecutiveExpenditure on civil contingencies (including grants)
7. Superannuation contributions collected by the Scottish Legal Aid BoardExpenditure on legal aid
8. Income from cinematography exemption certificate fees and criminal statistics and other miscellaneous receiptsMiscellaneous expenditure
9. Fees for civil cases; rent from minor occupiersExpenditure of the Scottish Court Service
10. Income from sequestrationExpenditure on the Accountant in Bankruptcy
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Part 7SScottish Executive (Administration)

Overall amount: [F76£22,200,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Payments from departments outwith the Scottish Executive for professional services; income from the Statistical Office of the European Union; discounts; recoveries of legal costs; income from payment for services and recovery of other costs; National Insurance Fund recoveries; New Deal income; profit from sale of surplus capital assets; repayments of loans made to members of staff for house purchase; rent from minor occupiers; European Fast Stream incomeScottish Executive core F77... running costs
2. Recoveries of salaries and other expenses of outward seconded and loaned staff; recoveries of salaries of staff assigned to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Agency (CICA)Expenditure on outward seconded and loaned staff and staff assigned to CICA
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F77Word in sch. 2 Pt. 7 omitted (6.12.2007) by virtue of Budget (Scotland) Act 2007 Amendment Order 2007 (S.S.I. 2007/551), arts. 1(1), 4(8)

Part 8SRegistrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages for Scotland

Overall amount: [F78£5,200,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Income from sales of records services; reapportioned income from minor occupiersExpenditure on Records Enterprise, Scotland's People and the Scottish Family History Centre and registration expenditure
2. Royalties from sales on the internetExpenditure on Records Enterprise
3. Income from Scottish Executive for running the National Health Service Central Register; income from sales of information by National Health Service Central Register; income from sales of vital statistics; reapportioned income from minor occupiersExpenditure on vital events and national health service
4. Income from sales of Census and other geographical information; sales of population statistics; reapportioned income from minor occupiersExpenditure on Census and population statistics
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Part 9SKeeper of the Records of Scotland

Overall amount: £1,000,000

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Fees and other income for the issue of photocopy orders; professional searchers contract fees; inspection fees; microfilm and digital imaging services; sale of publications; income from conservation and specialist services; income from Registers of Scotland Executive Agency [F79for services provided]Running costs of the National Archives of Scotland
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Part 10S[F80Finance and Sustainable Growth portfolio]

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Overall amount: [F81£212,100,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
F82...F82...
2. Income in respect of legal costs recovered by the Local Government Boundary CommissionPayments to the Local Government Boundary Commission
3. Administration charges in respect of services undertaken by the Scottish Public Pensions AgencyRunning costs of the Scottish Public Pensions Agency
4. Recovery of grant awarded to local authorities under the Bellwin scheme covering floods, storms, and other emergenciesExpenditure on floods, storms and other emergencies
[F835. Repayment of loans by Scottish WaterExpenditure on Scottish Water
6. Recovery of unused grant from the third sectorExpenditure on the third sector
7. Fees for functions carried out by the Scottish Building Standards AgencyExpenditure of the Scottish Building Standards Agency
8. Refunds of grants for Regional Selective Assistance including Innovation and InvestmentExpenditure on Regional Selective Assistance including Innovation and Investment
9. Electricity Statutory Consent feesExpenditure on the administration of consents for the provision of energy
10. Rents from land and propertyExpenditure on motorways and trunk roads
11. Any sums accruing as a result of the dissolution of Scottish Transport GroupPayments to former members of Scottish Transport Group pension schemes
12. Sums accruing from Enterprise related activitiesExpenditure on Enterprise related activities
13. Income from European Union including the European Social Fund and the European Regional Development FundExpenditure on European Union eligible support]
[F8414. Income from EU Commission in respect of reclaim of administration costs for Intermediate Administration BodiesExpenditure on the administration of Intermediate Administration Bodies
15. Income from repayment of public dividend capitalExpenditure on Finance and Sustainable Growth programmes]
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F82Words in sch. 2 Pt. 10 omitted (6.12.2007) by virtue of Budget (Scotland) Act 2007 Amendment Order 2007 (S.S.I. 2007/551), arts. 1(1), 4(11)(b)

Part 11S Scottish Executive (Scottish teachers' and NHS pension schemes)

Overall amount: £1,634,155,000

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Contributions in respect of teachers' and national health service superannuationExpenditure on teachers' and national health service superannuation

Part 12SCrown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

Overall amount: [F85£600,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Fees charged for administering the estates of persons who die intestate and without known heirs; ultimus haeres; sale of Statute Amendments; income from the sale of waste paper and obsolete office machinery; minor occupancy income; minor miscellaneous income; profit on sale of surplus capital assetsRunning costs of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
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[F86PART 13SFIRST MINISTER'S PORTFOLIO

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Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
Overall amount: [F87£28,500,000]

1Income from admissions and retail at monuments operated by Historic Scotland and external partnership funding for capital projectsS

Expenditure on culture

2Income from sales and grants in respect of the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historic Monuments of ScotlandS

Expenditure on culture

3Income from marketingS

Expenditure on marketing]
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SCHEDULE 3SDirect-funded bodies

(introduced by section 2)

PurposeAmount of resources other than accruing resourcesType of accruing resourcesAmount of accruing resources
1. For use by the Forestry Commissioners in or as regards Scotland on the promotion of forestry in Scotland including, advising on the development and delivery of forestry policy, regulating and supporting, through grant in aid, the forestry sector, managing the national forest estate in Scotland; administrative costs[F88£98,402,000]Miscellaneous income£500,000
2. For use by the Food Standards Agency in or as regards Scotland on administrative and operational costs, including research, monitoring and surveillance and public information and awareness relating to food safety and standards; the Meat Hygiene Service[F89£10,296,000]Miscellaneous income£100
3. For use by the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body on ongoing costs associated with the administration and operation of the Scottish Parliament; payments in respect of the functions of the Scottish Parliamentary Standards Commissioner, the Commissioner for Public Appointments in Scotland, the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman, the Scottish Information Commissioner and the Commissioner for Children and Young People in Scotland; payments in respect of the functions or anticipated functions of the Scottish Commission for Human Rights; any other payments relating to the Scottish Parliament[F90£96,734,000]Miscellaneous income and capital receipts£100
4. For use by Audit Scotland, including assistance and support to the Auditor General for Scotland and the Accounts Commission for Scotland and other audit work for public bodies and for payment of pensions to former Local Government Ombudsmen and their staff[F91£9,692,000]Income from sale of IT equipment and furniture£20,000
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SCHEDULE 4SAccruing resources of direct-funded bodies which may be used without individual limit

(introduced by section 2)

Part 1SForestry Commissioners

Overall amount: [F92£4,100,000]

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Recoveries of grants; repayments by staff of loans and other recoverable expenses; miscellaneous income from sales of publications, training courses etc.Policy, regulatory and grant-giving functions
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Part 2SFood Standards Agency

Overall amount: £100

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Recovery of costs from Radioactive Site Operators in relation to the Food Standards Agency's role in assessing the impact of proposed radioactive waste disposal authorisations on the food chain; income from sale of publications and income generation schemesExpenditure of the Food Standards Agency in or as regards Scotland
2. Income from industry levied charges in respect of statutory veterinary services and inspections undertaken by the Meat Hygiene ServiceExpenditure of the Food Standards Agency in or as regards Scotland in supporting the provision of the Meat Hygiene Service

Part 3SScottish Parliamentary Corporate Body

Overall amount: £622,000

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Broadcasting income; gifts; income from commercial sales and other services provided to the publicExpenditure on administrative costs of the Scottish Parliament

Part 4SAudit Scotland

Overall amount: £22,000,000

Type of accruing resourcesPurpose
1. Fees and charges for audit work; recoveries of costs associated with the functions of the Auditor General for Scotland and the Accounts Commission for Scotland; miscellaneous income from publications, conferences, provision of administrative services etc.; recoveries of costs of seconded staff; repayments of staff loans; recoveries of car leasing payments; interest received on working balancesExpenditure of Audit Scotland, the Auditor General for Scotland and the Accounts Commission for Scotland

SCHEDULE 5SBorrowing by certain statutory bodies

(introduced by section 5)

EnactmentAmount
1. Section 25 of the Enterprise and New Towns (Scotland) Act 1990 (c. 35) (Scottish Enterprise)£10,000,000
2. Section 26 of that Act (Highlands and Islands Enterprise)£1,000,000
3. Section 42 of the Water Industry (Scotland) Act 2002 (asp 3) (Scottish Water)[F93£275,500,000]
4. Section 48 of the Environment Act 1995 (c. 25) (Scottish Environment Protection Agency)Nil
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