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  1. 1. Alister James Scott: Curriculum Vitae OVERVIEW A social scientist and human geographer striving to ‘boldly go’ into ‘messy’ and ‘wicked’ policy challenges. A dedicated interdisciplinarian and team player who possesses skills in leadership, self-management, organisation and innovation. A creative thinker and doer who thrives on working outside established comfort zones. Major Achievements 2013 Birmingham City University Academic Staff Member of the Year 2013 Member of Royal Town Planning Institute Policy, Practice and Research Committee 2012 Royal Town Planning Institute Leaders Award 2012-2014 Member of UK Expert Panel National Ecosystem Assessment Follow-on project 2012-2017 Communication Adviser for NERC Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service Sustainability (BESS) programme 2012-2013 OECD Consultant adviser on rural development. DATE OF BIRTH 27/02/1962 TEL. 01213317551 EDUCATION 1980 – 1983 University College of Wales, Aberystwyth BA (Hons) Geography (First Class) 1983 - 1986 University College of Wales, Aberystwyth PhD Issues in common land management: a case study of the Dartmoor Commons. Aberystwyth: University of Wales Aberystwyth.
  2. 2. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (1986-Present) 1986 - 1988 Dartmoor National Park: Assistant Conservation Officer -Process and approve farm grant applications; -Undertake ecological surveying; -Undertake farm conservation advice; -Undertake landscape assessments; -Undertake planning assessments; and -Provide administrative and cartographic support; 1988 – 1996 Welsh Agricultural College, Aberystwyth: Head of Countryside Management -Member of senior management team; -Develop strategic plan for countryside provision; -Build and manage effective countryside management team; -Lecture in natural heritage matters; -Establish consultancy team; and -Manage countryside budget 1996-2004 Institute of Rural Studies/Sciences, University of Wales Aberystwyth: Head of Countryside Management -Direct staff and course programmes and associated budgets; -Direct Social Science Board of Study; -Develop strategic plan for countryside area (teaching and research); -Lecture in landscape, planning and community development; -Carry out and publish research; and -Establish rural partnerships and networks 2004-2006 Macaulay Land Use Research Institute: Senior Researcher (Acting Science Leader) Socio-Economic Research Programme (SERP) -Jointly manage an interdisciplinary team of 18 SERP staff; -Manage Scottish Government research projects; -Jointly develop strategic plan for new £8 million research grants; -Plan and implement individual research programme; -Publish research findings; -Develop knowledge transfer activities; -Develop rural planning and policy area; and -Represent Macaulay at a senior level;
  3. 3. 2005-2008 Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH): Area Board Member /Local Advisor (2 days per month) -Represent SNH at a strategic level with key stakeholders; -Inform strategic developments in landscape, heritage, enjoyment and planning matters including cumulative impact of small scale wind farms; -Facilitate stakeholder meetings and disputes; and -Support Area staff in discharge of their functions 2006- 2008 University of Aberdeen; Director of Research: Centre of Planning and Environmental Management -Lead and develop high quality research in spatial planning catering for academic, policy and public audiences; -Direct MSc Programme in Sustainable Rural Development; -Teach courses in spatial planning, rural governance, rural policy and planning theory and practice; -Lead and support planning staff in research and teaching activities including securing RTPI partnership accreditation; -Represent School of Geosciences on Postgraduate and Teaching and Learning committees; -Maintain relationship and research input with Macaulay Institute and Aberdeen Centre for Environmental Sustainability; 2008-2009 University of Waikato: Director of Environmental Planning -Lead and develop new degree programme in Environmental Planning; -Direct Postgraduate programme in environmental planning and management -Teach courses in landscape planning, protected area management, rural governance, rural policy and planning; -Develop individual programme of research 2009- Present Birmingham City University: Senior Lecturer – Reader Professor in Environment and Spatial Planning -Provide strategic leadership to the Environment and Planning Cluster -Secure and manage research grants and outputs. -Develop and teach across undergraduate and postgraduate provision. -Contribute as a senior academic to BCU
  4. 4. ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES/MEMBERSHIP (external) -RTPI Partnership Board Heriot Watt 2012-RTPI Policy Practice and Research Committee 2013-External Examiner UCL Bartlett 2011 -Member of Regional Planning Officer Group West Midlands 2009 – present -Associate of International Centre for protected landscapes, Aberystwyth 2007-present; -Visiting Researcher Macaulay Institute February 2006- present; -Local Adviser Scottish Natural Heritage 2005-2008; -External Examiner: Dundee University (Environmental Management MSc) 2007/8; -Higher Education Academy Member 2004- present (formerly ILT); -Quality Assurance Agency: Land and Countryside assessor 2003- present; -Higher Education Funding Council Wales: Teaching Assessor 1995-present; -Cardigan Bay Forum Member 1996-2004 (Chair and Vice Chair Roles) TEACHING Teaching excellence award 2002 (University of Wales Aberystwyth) Modules developed and taught (1988-2013): People Land and Development; Planning and Governance in the UK; Working with Rural Communities; Land and Marine Designations; Policies and Plans; Countryside Politics; Landscape Assessment and Management; Law and Environmental Governance; Strategic Spatial Planning; Research Techniques; Recreation Planning and Policy Managing Ecosystem Services* (new) RESEARCH Peer Review Outputs Adams, D., Hardman, M. and Scott A.J (2014) Guerrilla Warfare in the Planning System: Revolution or Convergence in Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development Discourses? Geografriska Annaler B. in press McMorran and Scott AJ (2014) Reconstructing sustainability; participant experiences of community land tenure in North West Scotland, Journal of Rural Studies http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2013.10.006 33 20-31 Scott, A.J., Carter, C.E., Larkham, P., Reed, M., Morton, N., Waters, R., Adams, D., Collier, D., Crean, C., Curzon, R., Forster, R., Gibbs, P., Grayson, N., Hardman, M.,
  5. 5. Hearle, A., Jarvis, D., Kennet, M. Leach, K., Middleton, M., Schiessel, N., Stonyer, B., Coles, R. (2013) Disintegrated Development at the Rural Urban Fringe: Re-connecting spatial planning theory and practice Progress in Planning 83 1-52 Glass, J.H., Scott, A.J., Price, M.F. (2013). The power of the process: Co-producing a sustainability assessment toolkit for upland estate management in Scotland. Land Use Policy, 30(1), 254-265. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264837712000580 Scott AJ (2011) Beyond the conventional: meeting the challenges of landscape governance within the European Landscape Convention; Journal of Environmental Management doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2011.06.017, 2754–2762 Prager, K. Reed M and Scott AJ (2011) Encouraging collaboration for the provision of ecosystem services across multiple scales – rethinking agri-environmental payments, Land Use Policy 29 (1): 244-249. Scott AJ (2011) Focussing in on focus groups: their efficacy and relevance as participative tools for land use policy , Land Use Policy 28 (2011) 684–694 Scott AJ, Carter C, White V., and Brown K (2009) Seeing is not everything: exploring the landscape experiences of different publics Landscape Research 34 (4) 397-424 Scott AJ, Shorten J, Owen, R. and Owen IG (2009) What kind of countryside do we want: perspectives from Wales UK Geojournal DOI 10.1007/s10708-009-9256-y online Blackstock K.L.; White V; McCrum G; Scott AJ and Hunter C (2008) Measuring Responsibility: An Appraisal of a Scottish National Park’s Sustainable Tourism Indicators, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 16, 276-297. Scott AJ and Shannon P (2007) Planning for rural development in Scotland: A new role for Local Landscape Designations? Planning Theory and Practice 8 (4) 509-528 Scott, A.J. and Shannon P. (2007) Local Landscape Designations in Scotland: Opportunity or Barrier to Effective Landscape Management? Landscape and Urban Planning. 81, 257-269 Scott A.J. (2006) Assessing public perception of landscape: past, present and future perspectives, CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 1, No. 041 doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR20061041 Scott AJ and Moore-Colyer R (2005) From Elitism to Inclusivity: temporal change in public participation and perception in landscape, Landscape Research, 30 (4) 501-523
  6. 6. Scott A.J. Midmore P and Christie M (2004) Foot and Mouth: implications for rural restructuring in Wales. Journal of Rural Studies 20 1-14 Scott AJ and Bullen A (2004) Special Landscape Areas: Conservation or Cosmetics Town Planning Review 75 (2) 205-230 Accepted for Publication Scott AJ , Shannon P and Hardman M (2014) Where the wind blows we shall have turbines: evaluating the cumulative impact of small scale wind turbines., Town Planning Review Current/Just completed Research Projects *=PI *Scott (2012-2014) National Ecosystems Assessment Follow on UNEP WMC WP9: Engagement with end users and development of a framework to prioritise tool development. Research Councils UK; Defra, Welsh Government 100K *Scott (2012-2014) National Ecosystems Assessment Follow on UNEP WMC WP10: Development and enhancement of tools and resources for with the findings/methods of the UK NEA Research Councils UK; Defra, Welsh Government 100k Reed, M, Scott, AJ et al (2012) Developing Visitor Payback as part of a Payments for Ecosystem Services Defra 30k *Scott AJ and Crawford K (2011) Building a Bigger Society HEIF 30K *Scott AJ (2010-2011) Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe Phase IV RELU ESRC 145k http://www.bcu.ac.uk/research/-centres-of-excellence/centre-forenvironment-and-society/projects/relu Price MJ; Scott AJ Mcmorran R (2010-2012 ) 80k Community Ownership in Rural Estates, Privately funded research UHI . This forms part of a wider set of 3 PhDs and post doctoral research project. Scott AJ (2010) Scott Wilson, Reed., M Thompson, K. And Scott AJ (2010) Payments for ecosystems DEFRA (sub consultant 30K) Scott AJ (2010) Technical Review Proposal: Policy measures for sustainable management of UK peatlands, IUCN (20K) subconsultant Larkham P; Scott AJ; Curzon R; Lamb J and Hardman, M. (2010) Improving community involvement: Etching Hill and The Heath Cannock Case District Council 35K
  7. 7. Books/Chapters Scott AJ (2013) Re-thinking English Planning: Managing Conflicts and Opportunities at the Urban-Rural Fringe in Shaw K, and Blackie, J. (2013) eds New Directions in Planning: Beyond Localism, Chapter 5. University of Northumbria: Newcastle. Glass, J Price, M., Warren, C. and Scott AJ (eds) (2013) 'Lairds, Land and Sustainability: Scottish perspectives on upland management': Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press . Glass, J., Scott, AJ, Price M.F., and Warren, C. (2013) Sustainability in the uplands: introducing key concepts, in Glass, J Price, M., Warren, C. and Scott AJ (eds) (2013) 'Lairds, Land and Sustainability: Scottish perspectives on upland management', 3-31 Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press Glass, J., Price, MF, Scott AJ, Warren, C. and McMorran, R. (2013) Recognising Scotlands upland ecosystem services, in Glass, J Price, M., Warren, C. and Scott AJ (eds) (2013) 'Lairds, Land and Sustainability: Scottish perspectives on upland management', 32-62 Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press McMorran, R. and Scott A.J (2013) Community Landownership: rediscovering the road to sustainability, in Glass, J Price, M., Warren, C. and Scott AJ (eds) (2013) 'Lairds, Land and Sustainability: Scottish perspectives on upland management', 139-172 Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press Glass, J., Price, M.F., Scott A.J. Warren, C., McMorran, R., McKee, A. and Wagstaff, P. (2013) Lessons for sustainable upland management, Glass, J Price, M., Warren, C. and Scott AJ (eds) (2013) 'Lairds, Land and Sustainability: Scottish perspectives on upland management', 218-232 Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Glass, J.H., Scott, A.J. and Price, M.F. (2012). Getting active at the interface: how can sustainability researchers stimulate social learning? In: Wals, A.E.J. and Corcoran, P.B (eds), Learning for Sustainability in times of accelerating change. Wagenigen Press (chapter available for separate download Scott, (2005) (Book review) Gibbs A (2004) A Manufactured Plague: A History of Foot and Mouth in Britain : Journal of Rural Studies 21 (3) 373 Policy/Professional Publications Scott AJ (2013) We need a vision for the rural urban fringe, Modus, December 2013 p8. Scott AJ (2013) Re-inventing the fringe RICS Property Journal June/July 2013 8-10.
  8. 8. Scott (2013) The Best Laid Plans, Policy Review, House Magazine 20th March 33 Adams D and Scott AJ (2013) In Search of Positive Planning, Town and Country Planning February 2013; 88-91 Scott AJ and Liddon A (2012) Playing Around in the rural urban fringe, Government Gazette October 2012 56 Adams, D and Scott AJ (2012) This is a local shop for local people, Tripwire 69 March/April 4-5 Carter, C. and Scott AJ et al (2012) Adapting for the long-term in the rural urban fringe, Managing Change at the Rural Urban Fringe, Relu project, Video Policy Brief, RELU grant award for ‘Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe’ – ES/H037217/1 Schiessel, N. and Scott AJ et al (2012) Managing contested values in the rural urban fringe, Managing Change at the Rural Urban Fringe, Relu project, Video Policy Brief, RELU grant award for ‘Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe’ – ES/H037217/1 Scott AJ and Carter, C. (2012) Planning on the Edge, Green Places 17-20 May 2012 Scott AJ (2012) Exposing, Exploring and Navigating the built and natural divide in public policy and planning . In Practice, March Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management 20-23 Scott AJ et al (2012) Re-discovering the Rural Urban Fringe Managing Change at the Rural Urban Fringe, Relu project, Video policy brief RELU grant award for ‘Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe’ – ES/H037217/1 Scott AJ et al (2012) Reconnecting the built and natural environment divide in the rural urban fringe, Managing Change at the Rural Urban Fringe, Relu project, Video policy brief , RELU grant award for ‘Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe’ – ES/H037217/1 Scott AJ et al (2012) Understanding connections by crossing boundaries in the rural urban fringe, Managing Change at the Rural Urban Fringe, Relu project, Video Policy Brief RELU grant award for ‘Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe’ – ES/H037217/1 Carter C and Scott AJ (2011) Spatial Planning and the New Environmental Governance, Government Gazette October 2011
  9. 9. Glass, J.H., Scott, A.J. and Price, M.F. (2011). Developing a sustainability assessment tool for upland estates. In: S.J. Marrs, S. Foster, C. Hendrie, E.C. Mackey, and D.B.A. Thompson (eds.) The Changing Nature of Scotland. Chapter 35 The Stationery Office, Edinburgh Scott AJ and Carter (2011) The Rural Urban Fringe Forgotten Opportunity Space? Town and Country Planning May/June 2011 231-234 Scott AJ (2011) Capturing Institutional memory: the case of the rural-urban fringe workshop Tripwire p11 March/April 2011 Scott AJ (2011-2014 Birmingham Post (Regional Newspaper ) commentator. http://www.birminghampost.co.uk/authors/alister-scott/ Scott AJ (2010) Planning encounters a black hole, Planning p6 1 October 2010 Scott AJ (2010) Spatial planning encounters a black hole, Town and Country Planning, 326-327 July/August Scott AJ (2008) The Countryside we Want Town and Country Planning Vol. 77, No. 7/8 (July/August), pp339-342 Scott AJ , Gilbert A., and Gelan A. (2008) The Urban Rural Divide: Myth or Reality, SERG Policy Brief (2) Aberdeen: Macaulay Institute Scott (2007) Assessing public perception of landscape: The LANDMAP experience, in Graham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John Schofield, Jnr., John H. Jameson (eds) 2007 Heritage Reader, p346-362 London: Routledge Scott (2007) SNH Consultation toolkit for SNH staff, SNH: Edinburgh Invited keynote presentations Scott AJ (2013) The National Ecosystem Assessment follow on: Making tools; key note to Living with Environmental Change Conference, Decision-Making in the Twilight of Uncertainty University of Aston November 19 2013 Scott AJ (2013) Promoting Growth and LEPS; Invited keynote to Promoting Local Growth USESPON Final Conference 15th November 2013 RTPI: London Scott AJ (2013) Plainsopoly from rural urban fringe to the great plains Invited keynote to rural Futures conference November 1-3 2013 University of Lincoln Nebraska
  10. 10. Scott AJ (2013) Capturing the value of Wetlands; A Planners Perspective, key note to Wetland futures Conference York 1-2 October 2013 Scott AJ (2013) Managing Growth on the Rural urban fringe, Invited keynote speaker at RTPI Annual Planning Convention 2013, 11 July RTPI Scott AJ (2013) Bridging Ecosystems Research within the built and natural environment Professions, Workshop organiser for Landbridge professional network , June 19 th University of Aston Scott AJ (2013) Whither planning? Invited Keynote lecture Shaping Places: Getting Britain Building National conference, 21 March 2013 Public Service Events http://www.publicserviceevents.co.uk/programme/243/shaping-places Scott AJ (2013) ‘Making a tool of yourself Invited keynote to Central Rivers Initiative conference, Whitelakes March 8th 2013 Scott AJ (2013) Games to Save the Planet, Climate Week Science Museum exhibition and event 6th March 2013. Scott AJ (2013) The National Ecosystem Assessment Follow on project: Making a tool of Yourself , Invited paper to Local Nature Partnership’s Annual Conference, London Defra 11 February Scott AJ (2013) To Boldly Go : A journey through the rural-urban fringe, Invited research talk to University of Salford, 27 February 2013 Scott AJ (2013) The National Ecosystem Assessment Follow on Project and the River Irwell, Invited presentation to River Irwell Catchment Management Group The River Returns, February 27th Salford. Scott AJ and Collier D (2013) Illuminating the Rural Urban Fringe Invited keynote to Swedish Agricultural University, LRF (Federation of Swedish Farmers) and City of Malmo public lecture 1-2 February 2013 Scott AJ (2013) Illuminating the ecosystem approach and ecosystem services: From ivory towers to built environment trenches, Keynote talk to International Association of Impact Assessment, University of Cambridge 23 January: University of Oxford Scott AJ (2012) Quality of Life and Environment working group Organizer Scenario workshop for Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership BCU December 19th 2012
  11. 11. Scott AJ (2102) Disintegrated development in the rural urban fringe, Keynote Public lecture given to Cardiff Innovation and Engagement Unit December 11 th 2012 Scott AJ (2012) Invited workshop event at Living with Environmental Change Annual meeting November 12/13 Aston University. Rufopoly and Tables. Scott AJ (2012) Invited keynote on Disintegrated Development at the Rural Urban Fringe, papers given to OECD Rural Working Party Paris December 6th 2012 Scott AJ (2012) Beware of Fire Breathing Dragons Keynote talk given to Planning and Development Association West Midlands 19th October, University of Birmingham . Scott AJ (2012) What kind of tools do we want; Keynote talk to the National Ecosystem assessment Follow on Stakeholder Panel, BESS UNEMPWMC York 2 nd October. Scott AJ (2012) Managing rural urban space Invited keynote lecture to Countryside and Community Research Unit annual conference September 26 2012 Gloucester Rugby Ground Scott AJ (2012) Playing Lepology in the rural urban fringe, Invited keynote and facilitator for joint spatial planning event Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnerships ; Worcester LEP 4th September Hillcourt Hotel Birmingham Scott AJ (2012) Re-discovering the rural urban fringe Invited international keynote paper to SURF INTERREG conference on Peri Urban Fringes 28 June 2012 Scott AJ (2012) Disintegrated Planning: Exploring and Crossing the Natural and Built Environment Divide Keynote paper given at the Spring Conference IEEM 22 March Birmingham Scott AJ (2012) 10 ingredients for successful partnerships: Keynote given to Natural Connections Conference, UCL London February 2nd 2012 Scott AJ (2012) The Great Regional Debate (RPTI, RICS, ICE, LI ) panellist 25th January Scott AJ (2011) Biodiversity 2020 Reconnecting the built and natural environment, Keynote paper given to Westminster House Briefing 13th December Scott AJ (2011) Evaluating the draft National Planning Policy Framework Today Radio 4 interview with John Humphries, 21 December. Scott AJ (2011) Wasted Space? Managing Environmental Change at the Rural Urban Fringe, keynote paper given to Peri Urban parks Conference Interreg project Aberdeen City Council 15th -16th September 2011
  12. 12. Scott AJ (2011) What a waste of space : Can spatial planning add value to managing the environmental change agenda? Talk given to ACES, University of Aberdeen January 31st 2011. http://slidesha.re/dJ7yk1 Scott AJ (2010) Localism and Landscape: The times they are a changing; keynote address given to Landscape Character Network LCN Seminar Birmingham 30 th September http://landscapecharacter.org.uk/localism Scott AJ and Reed M (2010) Managing the Economics of Global Environmental Change at the Rural Urban Fringe: A New Interdisciplinary Framework , Keynote presentation to the Annual Green economics Institute, Oxford. 28-31 July 2010 Scott AJ (2008) Illuminating rural(s) theory in NZ: conceptual leaps and turns in postproductivist and spatial planning perspectives, BRCSS sponsored seminar to all New Zealand Universities 8 December 2008 University of Waikato. Scott AJ (2007) What kind of countryside do we want, Keynote paper to Institute of Welsh Affairs, Plas Tan Y Bwlch 11/12 June 2007 Scott (2007) Assessing public perception of landscape: The LANDMAP experience, in Graham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John Schofield, Jnr., John H. Jameson (eds) 2007 Heritage Reader, p346-362 London: Routledge Scott AJ (2006) Capturing Public Perceptions: Implications for Policy, Keynote paper given at Europarc European Landscape Convention Seminar Peak District Park 7-8 December 2006 Scott (2006) What Kind of Countryside do we want: critical reflections from Wales UK, keynote presentation at the 8th European Conference on Higher Agriculture Education, Prague 13th-16th September Scott A.J. (2006) Assessing public perception of landscape: past, present and future perspectives, Invited CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 1, No. 041 doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR20061041 Scott AJ (2004) Sustaining the countryside: community visions and planning nightmares. Invited paper given to Sustainable Research Conference Inverness November 3-5 2004 Referee (2000-2013) for Geoforum; Journal of Rural Studies; Landscape Research, Journal of Environmental Management, Landscape and Urban Planning; Journal of
  13. 13. Planning and Environmental Management; Land Use Policy, Planning Theory and Practice. Environmental Values Referee for ESRC, Research Councils UK RELU, TRIM and Dutch Research Council research bids PhD Students Claudia Carter 2013-2016 Applying the Ecosystem Approach at the landscape scale: Exploring new perspectives on land use planning and management advice for city regions Jayne Glass (2008-2011) Joint supervisor Sustainable Estates Year 3 with University of Highlands and Islands (approved) The Power of the Research Process: Co-producing knowledge for sustainable upland estate management in Scotland Previous Research Contracts (Principal investigator /leader*) *2009 The Role of partnerships in rural estate management: The case of community land trusts, a study in conjunction with UHI (10K) *2009 Defining rural typologies for Aberdeenshire, Aberdeenshire Council (£10K) *2008/9 What kind of rural do planners want? A comparative study between Scotland and New Zealand. Scholarship with Tracey Bell University of Waikato 20,00NZD 2007/8 Implementing the European Landscape Convention in Scotland (Scottish government contract in conjunction with International Centre of Protected Landscapes (25k) *2006-2008 River Basin Management and Spatial Planning (Aberdeen Centre of Environmental Sustainability) (66K) *2006/7 Cumulative Impact of Wind turbines in Aberdeenshire Scottish Natural Heritage/Aberdeenshire Council (30K) *2005/6) Evaluating experiences of landscape (councillors, planners, visitors and mountain bikers) RO203911 (SEERAD) (50k) *2004-2006 Economic aspects of rural development RO203909 SEERAD (£500k) *2004 Role of Local Landscape Designations in the Town and Country Planning system in Scotland. (Macaulay Development Trust £25k)
  14. 14. 2004 Essential Dwellings in the countryside (Welsh assembly Govt contract) in conjunction with Land Use Consultants (£36k) *2004 Sustainable Landscape: criteria and indicators for measuring and characterizing the landscape of Wales (CCW £15k) *2004 Regulatory Impact Assessment: Common Land Legislation (DEFRA contract) in conjunction with Gloucester University (CCRU) and Asken Ltd. (£58k) 2004 Research on Issues for the Implementation of Land Management Contracts in Scotland (Scottish Natural Heritage ) (£25K) Published Reports Scott, AJ, et al (2012) Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe: Reconnecting Science and Policy with the Rural-Urban Fringe Full Research Report, ESRC End of Award Report, RES-240-25-0016. Swindon: ESRC. http://www.esrc.ac.uk/myesrc/grants/RES-240-25-0016/outputs/Download/7471f901-258c-4293-88c69409d6733f1f Scott Wilson, University of Aberdeen, Hutton Institute and Scott AJ (2011) Barriers and Opportunities to the Use of Payments for Ecosystem Services, final report to Defra London Reed, M., Buckmaster, S., Moxey, A., Keenleyside, C., Fazey, I., Scott, AJ, Thomson, K., Thorp, S. Anderson, R. Bateman I., Bryce R., Christie, M., Glass, J., Hubacek, K., Quinn, C., Maffey, G., Midgely, A., Robinson, G., Stringer, L. Lowe, P., & Slee B. (2010) Policy Options for Sustainable Management of UK Peatlands, Review 8 report to IUCN Peatlands Commission, IUCN. Roberts, G, Scott AJ, Hughes E., and Howard P (2009) Identifying Good Practice from Countries implementing the European Landscape Convention. Report to the Scottish Government ICP/001/07, Edinburgh: Scottish Government Scott AJ and Shannon P (2008) Cumulative impact of Small scale wind farm turbines, report to SNH and Aberdeenshire Councils. Aberdeen: Macaulay Institute Scott AJ and Shannon P (2006) Rural Diversification in Aberdeenshire, Report to SEERAD 203909, Blackstock, K. L.; McCrum, G.; Scott, A.; White, V (2006) A Framework for Developing Indicators of Sustainable Tourism, Aberdeen: Macaulay Institute .
  15. 15. Scott A.J , Wright, I. and Birnie R. (2005) Taking Regional and Local Environmental Factors into Account in a System of Land Management Contracts for Scotland, report to Scottish Natural Heritage, Edinburgh:SNH Scott A.J and Shannon P (2005) A Critical Review of Local Landscape Designations in Scotland, Aberdeen: Macaulay Institute Scott A.J and Falzon C., (2004) Sustainable Landscape: Criteria and Indicators for Measuring and Characterizing the Landscape of Wales, Bangor: CCW Scott A.J. (2004) LANDMAP Public perception of Pembrokeshire, Report and data to Pembrokeshire County Council and PCNPA, Haverfordwest. Scott A.J. (2004) LANDMAP Public perception of Neath Port Talbot, Report and data to Neath Port Talbot Council, Scott A.J. and Shorten J. (2004) What Kind of Countryside do we Want, Report to the Welsh Assembly Government, Cardiff HYPERLINK "http://www.wales.gov.uk/subiplanning/content/research/countryside/sum-e.htm" µhttp://www.wales.gov.uk/subiplanning/content/research/countryside/sum-e.htm§ Scott A.J, Taylor K, Short C and Christie M (2004) Regulatory Impact Assessment for Common Land Proposals London: Defra.

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