This research project examined the current use of accessibility analysis in Scotland and demonstrated the potential for developing their use in the future.
The research involved roadside interviews with pedestrians who were asked about their views on, and use of, pedestrian crossings.
This study was commissioned to evaluate the various methods used at local and national level to estimate the number of houses in Scotland which are Below the Tolerable Standard (BTS).
In 1999 the Scottish Executive Development Department commissioned a study to give a comprehensive and systematic picture of the history of hut sites and how they operate.
Report explores the nature of women's issues that arise within the context of partnership working, how they are perceived and addressed.
This is the Draft Budget Report for the Scottish Executive which is now out of print and the only place it is available is on the Internet.
This research obtained the view of Travellers about the sites they use, information on their access to and use of other services, and their views on whether and how their lifestyle has changed.
To review recent changes in the retail sector and how the sector may develop over the next 10 to 15 years.
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.
A short guide to the "Fair Shares for All Final Report": the report of the steering group, chaired by Sir John Arbuthnott, which looked into the allocation of NHS resources in Scotland.
The report of the steering group on the National Review of Resource Allocation, chaired by Professor Sir John Arbuthnott, to advise on methods of allocating NHS resources across Scottish Health Boards.
Summary of a report that explores the nature of women's issues that arise within the context of partnership working, how they are perceived and addressed.
The Scottish Sheep Industry: A Way Forward
A summary of a research report reviewing literature on social exclusion in rural Scotland and rural Britain, and the development of a framework for analysis of social exclusion.
Guide to Pollution Prevention and Control
To provide a comprehensive evaluation of the implementation of the Parent Information Programme. The programme was started by Family Mediation Scotland in 1996.
This study examined the impact of social work supervision among probationers and ex-prisoners who were included in a previous phase of the research programme.
Final report produced by the Policy Unit