Most appliances from EEA countries should work in Scotland.
Three pin plugs are standard, so you'll need adaptors for any appliances with two pin plugs.
Europe and most other countries in the world use a voltage which is twice that of the United States of America.
In Europe the voltage is between 220 and 240 volts, whereas in Japan and in most of the Americas the voltage is between 100 and 127 volts.
If you're bringing any electrical appliances it's a good idea to bring adaptors and transformers with you, just in case.
Visit the Health and Safety Executive website to find out more about electrical safety in the UK