To examine possible uses for obsolete commercial and industrial buildings in Scotland.
The principal aim of this research was to produce a set of guidelines for transport policy makers to assist them in taking account of the needs of women in the development of transport policy.
Examines and evaluates the operation of Section 18 of the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984.
Awards Ceremony 15 February 2001
This study was commissioned to gain a clearer understanding of possible opportunities for future co-operation and links on climate change issues.
This report was commissioned to collate data on recycled aggregates and to develop methods of determining time series data for recycled aggregate use in Scotland.
Identifies and reports on literature relating to mental health legislation, with some focus on literature which might be relevant to potential reform of legislation.
Assessment on the nominations
List of names, duties and telephone numbers of personnel in the Fire Service Inspectorate
This is to ensure that the Fire Service Inspectorate can effectively scrutinise fire brigade operations so as to assess whether or not individual brigade performance is efficient.
Further to the paper 'Measuring Up' progressive consultation now enables further information to be provided on the next steps towards introducing a different Inspectorate approach.
This report was carried out to provide a balanced assessment of the EHI's achievements to date, both to the specific targets set for individual projects and to their wider economic and social impact.
The aim of the research was to establish the nature, extent, and causes of obsolescence and to identify what is inhibiting the clearance of obsolete buildings.
Examines and evaluates the operation of guardianship under the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984. To provide some info as background to Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000.
This report was commissioned to gain a clearer understanding of possible opportunties for future co-operation and links on climate change issues.
This is a consultation inviting comments on a recent change in the scheme, under which the Authority is empowered to collect levies on cereals and oilseeds grown in the UK.
The Scottish Executive's Interim Response to the Findings of the Phillips Report into BSE
The research developed elements of a regional climate change model for Scotland consistent with the UKCIP98 climate change scenarios.