Published Wednesday, 5th August 2015 in Veterinary Services news
Following the recent consultation on proposed changes to Scotland’s veterinary disease surveillance network, SRUC has published on its website a summary report and stakeholder responses.
The report provides an overview of the main themes drawn from feedback provided during the six week consultation period, which ran between 1 June and 10 July 2015.
The report and responses can be found at: www.sruc.ac.uk/diseasesurveillanceconsultation.
The responses posted online are those which SRUC has the respondents’ permission to make publicly available.
The results of the consultation were discussed in a meeting of the Strategic Management Board and the Scottish Government held on 23 July. The next steps in finalising any changes to be made to the surveillance network include the submission of recommendations to the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs, Food and Environment by the Strategic Management Board.
Final decisions are dependent on the outcome of these discussions and will be made public in due course.
More articles in the news archive.