Changes to registration, variations and cancelled services
Our national registration team can help you with any changes you want to make to your registration. Once a variation will be in touch with providers as soon as possible after a variation is submitted, but this can take a number of weeks. Providers are asked to submit proposed variations well ahead of time
We have implemented a revised policy on ‘Inactive Care Services’.
Services registered with the Care Inspectorate must operate within the legal framework laid out within the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010, (the “Act”). The Care Inspectorate has adopted a policy where any service can make an application to stop operating for up to 12 months, without having to cancel their registration. Where such an application is granted, a service will be referred to as ‘inactive’.
Reasons for a service to be treated as inactive would be limited to:
- refurbishment of premises
- no service users but service actively seeking clients
- provider has caring responsibilities for a limited period of time
- provider maternity leave
- provider health issues.
There may be, on occasion, other exceptional circumstances, which we may consider on an individual basis.
Read more about this policy and how to apply to become inactive here
Cancel a service
Any registered service can voluntarily apply to cancel their registration.
If you are a care service, and want to cancel your registration, you must complete our application to cancel a care service form before we can progress with your cancellation. You can submit your request using through eForms.
We have an obligation to publish a list of all care services that have been previously registered and that are now cancelled.
You will be able to check here for a list of all cancelled services. This is updated monthly to reflect any new cancellations.
Cancelled services - March 2017 (xls document)