Smith Commission: Parties look at thousands of submissions
Representatives from the five Holyrood parties are now looking at the thousands of submissions to the Smith Commission on more powers for Scotland.
Businesses, charities and civic organisations made 380 submissions and there were 14,000 letters and emails from the public.
The Smith Commission is chaired by Lord Smith of Kelvin.
It was set up after the Scottish independence referendum to examine greater devolution in Scotland.
The peer said: "We have received a broad range of views and I have been delighted by the response from both civic groups and wider society."
The SNP, Labour, Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and Greens - who sit on the commission began talks last month in a bid to reach agreement on the way ahead. They are working to a tight deadline and most come to an agreement by 30 November.
The party representatives will gather again in Edinburgh to discuss the feedback given to the commission from organisations like Scottish Athletics. Since his appointment, Lord Smith has held fact-finding meetings in Inverness, the Borders, Aberdeen, Dundee, Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Responses have come from outside Scotland, including business organisations from just over the border like North East Chamber of Commerce.
Public bodies have also voiced their opinions including Cosla, Glasgow City Council, Scottish Enterprise and the Scottish Police Federation.
When Lord Smith took on the role, he said: "My job is to create a process through which politicians, civic institutions and the Scottish public can come together, work together and agree the detail of what those powers should be.
"To that end, I am working to one aim: to produce a unifying set of proposals by the 30 November 2014."