Final report produced by the Policy Unit
This report describes some of the findings of the earlier work of the Partnership in its initial stages.
This review aimed to identify the good practice literature on a range of housing management topics - concentrating mainly on literature produced between 1990 and the end of 1999.
This report examines 3 particular topics (allocations, estate management and factoring) in more depth through case studies in 10 organisations.
Planning for Natural Heritage: Planning Advice Note 60
Proposals for national scrapie plan in Great Britain
This report outlines the results of a Scottish pilot of the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) methodology.
To look at how complainer's perceived the communication, decision making and opinion making process in the Scottish Legal Ombudsman.
This report describes the results of a review of the role of pre-application discussions and guidance in the planning system in Scotland.
This evaluation involved interviews with relevant practitioners and with offenders and their families, attendance at meetings, and the collection and analysis of data.
This pilot was undertaken to assess the feasibility of employing the ADAM methodology within Scotland.
The research contains information on all restriction of libery orders with electronic monitoring made in the 3 Sheriff Courts involved in the pilot scheme from the start of the scheme.
Tests whether the findings from elsewhere also apply to Scotland. It does this by analysing Scottish Crime Survey data, police records & through interviews with repeat victims & offfenders.
A survey was planned to provide a comparison of Greenway corridors and conventional bus priority on the Bridges corridor in Edinburgh.
Technical Conservation Regulations for Whitefish and Nephrops Nets
The purpose of the study was to provide information on the extent and nature of violence and harassment experienced by gay men in Edinburgh.
Summary of research on motivations to public service drawing on the views of the general public, councillors, former councillors and individuals participating in a range of public capacities.
This study explores the role which sport has played in the regen. of urban areas in Scotland & reviews wider evidence that sport can contribute positively to aspects of urban regen & social inclusion.