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|Purposes||Amount of resources (other than accruing resources) £||Amount of accruing resources £|
|1. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through the First Minister's portfolio) on support for the arts, culture and creativity in Scotland, including the Gaelic language; cultural organisations; the creative industries; Historic Scotland; central government grants to non-departmental public bodies, local authorities and other bodies and organisations;[F1protocol and UK relations;] international relations and development assistance; expenditure on corporate and central services; expenditure in relation to running costs of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prosecution in Scotland||[F2269,368,000]||[F333,000,000]|
|2. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through their Finance and Sustainable Growth portfolio) on running and capital costs of the Scottish Public Pensions Agency; expenditure on committees, commissions and other portfolio services; expenditure and grant assistance in relation to public service reform and efficiency; data sharing and standards; support for the running costs of Scottish Futures Trust Limited; support for passenger rail services, rail infrastructure and associated rail services; support for the development and delivery of concessionary travel schemes; funding for major public transport projects; the running costs of Transport Scotland; funding for the Strategic Transport Projects Programme; funding for travel information services; the maintenance and enhancement of the trunk road infrastructure; support for ferry services, loans and grants relating to vessel construction, grants for pier and other infrastructure and funding for a pilot of road equivalent tariff; support for Highlands and Islands Airports Limited, support for air services and funding for the Air Discount Scheme; support for the bus industry; support for the Forth Estuary Transport Authority and Tay Road Bridge Joint Board; support for the freight industry; support for British Waterways Scotland; funding to promote sustainable and active travel; contributing to the running costs of Regional Transport Partnerships and of other bodies associated with the transport sector; funding for road safety; costs in relation to funding the office of the Scottish Road Works Commissioner; loans to Scottish Water and Scottish Water Business Stream Holdings Limited; water grants (including to the Water Industry Commission for Scotland); climate change activities; grants in respect of third sector development, third sector resilience fund and the Scottish Investment Fund; planning; architecture; building standards; 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 and EU programme administration costs; energy related activities; central government grants to local authorities; sundry enterprise related activities||[F42,456,526,000]||[F5£204,000,000]|
|3. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through their Health and Wellbeing portfolio) on hospital and community health services; family health services; community care; central government grants to local authorities; social care; welfare food (Healthy Start); payments to the Skipton Fund; other health services; sportscotland and the delivery of the 2014 Commonwealth Games; housing subsidies; Scottish Housing Regulator running costs; Energy Assistance Package; [F6Home Insulation Schemes]; repayment of debt and any associated costs; other expenditure, contributions and grants relating to housing; activities relating to homelessness; research and publicity and other portfolio services; grants to registered social landlords; loans to individuals; community engagement; regeneration programmes; grants for Vacant and Derelict Land Fund; programmes promoting social inclusion; expenditure relating to equality issues||[F712,268,777,000]||2,050,000,000|
|4. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through their Education and Lifelong Learning portfolio) on schools; training and development of teachers; educational research, development and promotion; international and other educational services; qualifications assessment and skills; funding of the Additional Support Needs tribunal and HM Inspectors of Education; Disclosure Scotland and Social Work Inspection Agency; childcare, including care for vulnerable children; youth work, including youth justice and associated social work services; central government grants to local authorities; grant in aid for the Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council, Skills Development Scotland Limited, Scottish Qualifications Authority, Learning and Teaching Scotland, Scottish Children's Reporter Administration[F8, Children’s Hearings Scotland, Scottish Education Quality and Improvement Agency] and Scottish Social Services Council; funding for the Student Awards Agency for Scotland and related costs, including the Student Loan Scheme; Enterprise in Education; funding activities associated with young people Not in Education, Employment or Training; research related activities and science related programmes delivered by the Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland, including the funding of fellowships (including those funded by the Royal Society of Edinburgh); sundry lifelong learning activities including the provision of Education Maintenance Allowances and funding for International Students||[F92,944,776,000]||[F10210,000,000]|
|5. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through their Justice portfolio) on legal aid (including the running costs of the Scottish Legal Aid Board); the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission; 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 Police Complaints Commissioner for Scotland; the Scottish Police Services Authority and other police services and superannuation of police on secondment; police loan charges; the payment of police and fire pensions; Scottish Resilience; central government grants to local authorities; measures in relation to [F11community safety and]antisocial behaviour; measures in relation to drug abuse and treatment; [F12the Scottish Tribunal Service]; miscellaneous services relating to administration of justice;[F13residential accommodation for children;] community justice services; court services, including judicial pensions; the Accountant in Bankruptcy; F14...; certain legal services; costs and fees in connection with legal proceedings||[F151,845,165,000]||39,700,000|
|6. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through their Rural Affairs and the Environment portfolio) on market support [F16(including grants from the EU European Agriculture Guarantee Fund)]; support for agriculture [F17(including grants from the EU European Agriculture Fund for Rural Development)] 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, including fisheries protection, research, administration, development, special services, marine management and other services; natural heritage; environment protection; rural affairs; other environmental expenditure; flood prevention; coastal protection; air quality monitoring;[F18climate change activities;] water grants (including to the Drinking Water Quality Regulator for Scotland F19...)||[F20511,672,000]||[F21660,000,000]|
|7. For use by the Scottish Ministers on administrative and operational costs; costs of providing continuing services to the Scottish Parliament; costs associated with the functions of the Queen's Printer for Scotland||[F22285,340,000]||[F2325,600,000]|
|8. 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 (including special payments made in relation to intestate estates which fall to the Crown as ultimate heir); 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||[F24118,505,000]||[F252,000,000]|
|9. For use by the Scottish Ministers (through their Local Government portfolio) on revenue support grants and payment to local authorities of non-domestic rates in Scotland; other local authority grants and special grants relating to council tax and spend-to-save scheme; housing support grant; other services including payments under the Bellwin scheme covering floods, storms and other emergencies||[F2610,569,878,000]||Nil|
|10. For use by the Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages for Scotland (through the General Register Office for Scotland) on administrative and operational costs (including costs associated with running the ScotlandsPeople Centre)||[F2728,834,000]||[F28£6,600,000]|
|11. For use by the Scottish Ministers and the Keeper of the Records of Scotland (through the National Archives of Scotland) on administrative and operational costs (including costs associated with running the ScotlandsPeople Centre)||[F2910,210,000]||1,000,000|
|12. For use by the Scottish Ministers on pensions, allowances, gratuities etc. payable in respect of the teachers' and national health service pension schemes||[F303,252,946,000]||[F31£1,675,000,000]|
|13. For use by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator on administrative costs and operational costs||[F323,150,000]||Nil|
|14. For use by the Scottish Court Service on administrative and operational costs||[F3393,849,000]||[F34£40,000,000]|
|Total of amounts of resources||Total of amounts of resources||[F3534,658,996,000]||[F364,946,900,000]|
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