Feed Enforcement (Scotland) Regulations 2018

Closed 20 Nov 2017

Opened 28 Aug 2017

Feedback Updated 14 Feb 2018

We Asked

For views on the new legislation which will provide for centralised delivery of feed official controls 

You Said

Please see consultation responses

We Did

We considered all views and shall amend the legislation to allow full transfer of competence

Results Updated 14 Feb 2018

Consultation closed on 20 November 2017. Thank you to those stakeholders who took the time to respond. Your contribution is valuable.

Attached is a summary of the substantive consultation comments and FSS response.

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Overview

This consultation aims to inform stakeholders and seek their views on the proposed implementation of a centralised model of official control delivery for feed and to consult on the draft Scottish Statutory Instrument (SSI) (The Feed Enforcement (Scotland) Regulations 2018) providing for the transfer of competence for feed law from the Local Authorities to Food Standards Scotland. The proposed Regulations are expected to be in force from early 2018/19.

Why We Are Consulting

This consultation shall provide a range of stakeholders with an opportunity to comment on the draft Scottish Statutory Instrument (The Feed Enforcement (Scotland) Regulations 2018) which will provide for the transfer of competence for feed law from the Local Authorities to Food Standards Scotland.

What Happens Next

Consultation responses will be analysed and feedback will be provided following the consultation.

Audiences

  • Consumer
  • Local authority
  • Primary producer
  • Farmer
  • Scottish Government
  • FSA
  • COSLA
  • DEFRA
  • SCOTS
  • SFELC

Interests

  • regulation
  • feed
  • enforcement
  • feed law
  • primary production