Scottish Civil Estate: efficiency and sustainability report 2018 to 2019

Scottish Ministers are required to lay before the Scottish Parliament this annual report which uses key performance indicators to assess progress in improving the efficiency and sustainability of the Scottish Civil Estate.

Appendix 2 – The Scottish Civil Estate – Administrative Offices:

28 Cunzie Street, Anstruther

Cadzow Court, Hamilton

Balivanich, Benbecula

Longman House., Inverness

Douglas Centre, Buckie

Thainstone Court, Inverurie

Governor's House, Edinburgh

Pennyburn Road, Kilwinning

Saughton House, Edinburgh

Unit 4b, Kinlochleven

St Andrew's House, Edinburgh

Tankerness Lane, Kirkwall

Victoria Quay, Edinburgh

Alexandra Buildings, Lerwick

Callendar Business Park, Falkirk

Denholm House, Livingston

119-121 Shore Street, Fraserburgh

Harbour Buildings, Mallaig

Tweedbank, Galashiels

Cameron House, Oban

Tweedside Park 7, Galashiels

Customs House, Oban

West Shore Street, Ullapool

Strathearn House, Perth

Strathbeg House, Thurso

Caley Building, Peterhead

Station Street, Stranraer

Scorrybreck, Portree

Keith Street, Stornoway

St Ola House, Scrabster

Civil estate – specialist buildings:

Marine Laboratory, Aberdeen

SPS College, Falkirk

SPS Central Stores, Bathgate

Freshwater Laboratory, Montrose

Leith Walk Store, Edinburgh

Fish Rearing Unit, Perth

Motor Transport Unit, Bonnington Edinburgh

Faskally freshwater Fish Laboratory, Pitlochry

SASA HQ Edinburgh

Civil estate – buildings relinquished since baseline 2010-11:

23 Thistle Street, Edinburgh

52/66 Newmarket Street, Ayr

Croft-An-Righ, Edinburgh

Gyleview House, Edinburgh

Longmore House, Edinburgh

Mercury House, Edinburgh

Meridian Court, Glasgow

St James House, Paisley

23 Walker Street, Edinburgh

32 Reidhaven Street, Elgin

Europa Building, Glasgow

Tower Street, Edinburgh

Pentland House, Edinburgh (part year 2018)

Rex House, Hamilton

Jeanfield House, Edinburgh

Properties that do not form part of the Scottish Civil Estate

A building that does not use energy for heating or cooling the whole or any part of its interior, e.g. garages, water pumping stations etc.

A building that is not used for the purposes of Scottish Central Government Administration.

A building which does not meet the description of buildings for which the Scottish Ministers have responsibilities in relation to efficiency and sustainability, e.g. where Ministers are not the property holder in their own right and are not responsible for the control of the main environmental systems, e.g. Endeavour House and Buchanan House.

Scottish Prison Service: operational estate – prisons and staff college.



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