This answer to the question What are the main issues addressed by New Zealand's recent rocket legislation? says:
I can't imagine that New Zealand had any rocket launches before Rocket Labs, especially with this quote - "Nobody thought to get into the space industry (before now)".
It sounds like this legislation is setting up the basic framework required to get involved in the space industry. New Zealand's space agency was created in April 2016, after ground broke on Launch Complex 1.
But this meta answer to the question Role of country tags says:
Another case might be Scotland, which has a dedicated rocket launch site but no formal space program. You'd need a country tag here to discuss the launch site and/or the regulations placed on it.
Question: Will Scotland require a space agency? Is there one in the works?