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Cleaner Air for Scotland 2: business and regulatory impact assessment

Partial Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment (BRIA) for the draft new air quality strategy for Scotland.

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Cleaner Air for Scotland 2: business and regulatory impact assessment
Annex 2

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Annex 2

CAFS Review Working Groups

The Steering Group was supported by four working groups (WG) which helped to segment and deliver the review's work. These groups under a chair and deputy connected to the Steering Group established their own remits in conjunction with the steering group chair.

The working groups developed their own programme of work, meeting three or four times, corresponding and then providing a report on their discussions and recommendations.

The four working groupswere:

  • WG1 Health and Environment
  • WG2 Emissions - Agricultural
  • WG3 Planning and Placemaking
  • WG4 Transport

Working Group Members

Working Group Organisations
Health and Environment British Heart Foundation Scotland
British Lung Foundation Scotland
COSLA
Friends of the Earth Scotland
Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Glasgow City Council
Health Protection Scotland
Health Scotland
Institute of Occupational Medicine
NHS Lothian
Scottish Environment Link
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
University of Glasgow
Agriculture, Industry and Domestic Emission Agricultural Industries Confederation
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
City of Edinburgh Council
CPL Industries
National Farmers Union Scotland (NFUS)
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Scottish Government
Stove Industry Alliance
University of Stirling
Transport Working Group Members British Heart Foundation Scotland
City of Edinburgh Council
Confederation of Passenger Transport
Environmental Protection Scotland
Freight Transport Association
Friends of the Earth Scotland
Glasgow City Council
Living Streets
Low Carbon Partnership
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
SesTRANS
Society of Chief Officers of Transportation Scotland
Sustrans
Transform Scotland
Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University
Transport Scotland
Placemaking Working Group Architecture & Design Scotland
City of Edinburgh Council
Glasgow City Council (representing Heads of Planning Scotland)
Improvements Service
Royal Town Planning Institute Scotland
Scottish Council for Development and Industry
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Scottish Government (representing Place Standard)
SNH
Transport Scotland

Contact

Email: andrew.taylor2@gov.scot