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  • 1. Alister James Scott: Curriculum VitaeOVERVIEWA social scientist and human geographer with specialist interests in sustainable ruralland use, spatial planning, public engagement and landscape problems. A dedicatedteam player who possesses skills in leadership, self-management, organisation andinnovation. A creative thinker and doer who thrives on challenge.DATE OF BIRTH 27/02/1962 TEL. 01213315631EDUCATION1980 – 1983 University College of Wales, Aberystwyth BA (Hons) Geography (First Class)1983 - 1986 University College of Wales, AberystwythPhD Issues in common land management: a case study of the Dartmoor Commons.Aberystwyth: University of Wales Aberystwyth.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 PAGE µ14§
  • 2. 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; -Lecture in landscape, planning and community development; -Carry out and publish research; and -Establish rural partnerships and networks2004-2006 Macaulay Land Use Research Institute: Acting Science Leader Socio-Economic Research Programme (SERP) -Jointly manage an interdisciplinary team of 18 SERP staff; -Manage SEERAD research projects in SERP; -Jointly develop strategic plan for SEERAD 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;2005-2008 Scottish Natural Heritage: 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; -Facilitate stakeholder meetings and disputes; and -Support Area staff in discharge of their functions2006- 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; PAGE µ14§
  • 3. -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 high quality research in planning catering for academic, policy and public audiences; -Direct Postgraduate and degree programmes in environmental planning and management -Teach courses in landscape planning, protected area management, rural governance, rural policy and planning; -Maintain internal and external relationships2009 May- 2009 August Self employed consultant -University of Highlands and Islands Centre for Mountain Studies Research project on community land ownership (2 months) -Research project on rural typologies for Aberdeenshire Council (1 month)2009- 2010 Birmingham City University: Senior Lecturer Spatial Planning MASP2010 – 2011 Birmingham City University: Reader Spatial Planning MASP2011- present Birmingham City University: Professor in Spatial Planning and Governance.ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES/MEMBERSHIP (external)-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;-Member of Royal Town Planning Institute May 2005- present;-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; PAGE µ14§
  • 4. -Higher Education Funding Council Wales: Teaching Assessor 1995-present;-Cardigan Bay Forum Member 1996-2004 (Chair and Vice Chair Roles)TEACHINGTeaching excellence award 2002 (University of Wales Aberystwyth)I have developed and taught the following modules:-Level 1: People Land and Development; Resources and PlanningLevel 2: Working with Rural Communities; Planning and Governance in the UK;Introduction to Town and Country Planning.Level 3/4: Land and Marine Designations; Rural Governance and Planning; StrategicSpatial Planning; Landscape Planning and Management; Planning Theory and Practice,Sustaining the British Countryside; Countryside Politics.Level 5: Rural Governance and Policy; European Rural Issues; Contemporary RuralIssues, Policies and Plans, Regeneration.ADMINSTRATIONI have assumed the following administrative responsibilities from 2006 onwardsDirector of ResearchDirector of MSc Sustainable Rural DevelopmentDirector of MA Spatial PlanningTeaching and Learning Committee member (School)Postgraduate Research Committee member (College)Director of Environmental Planning ProgrammesRESEARCHPeer Review OutputsScott AJ (2011) Focussing in on focus groups: their efficacy and relevance asparticipative tools for land use policy , Land Use Policy 28 (2011) 684–694Scott AJ, Carter C, White V., and Brown K (2009) Seeing is not everything: exploringthe landscape experiences of different publics Landscape Research 34 (4) 397-424Scott AJ, Shorten J, Owen, R. and Owen IG (2009) What kind of countryside do wewant: perspectives from Wales UK Geojournal DOI 10.1007/s10708-009-9256-y online PAGE µ14§
  • 5. Blackstock K.L.; White V; McCrum G; Scott A and Hunter C (2008) MeasuringResponsibility: An Appraisal of a Scottish National Park’s Sustainable TourismIndicators, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 16, 276-297.Scott AJ and Shannon P (2007a) Planning for rural development in Scotland: A new rolefor Local Landscape Designations? Planning Theory and Practice 8 (4) 509-528Scott, A.J. and Shannon P. (2007b) Local Landscape Designations in Scotland:Opportunity or Barrier to Effective Landscape Management? Landscape and UrbanPlanning. 81, 257-269Scott A.J. (2006) Assessing public perception of landscape: past, present and futureperspectives, CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition andNatural Resources 1, No. 041 doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR20061041Scott AJ and Moore-Colyer R (2005) From Elitism to Inclusivity: temporal change inpublic participation and perception in landscape, Landscape Research, 30 (4) 501-523Scott A.J. Midmore P and Christie M (2004) Foot and Mouth: implications for ruralrestructuring in Wales. Journal of Rural Studies 20 1-14Scott AJ and Bullen A (2004) Special Landscape Areas: Conservation or Cosmetics TownPlanning Review 75 (2) 205-230Scott A.J., Christie M and Tench H (2003) Visitor Payback: Panacea or Pandora’s Box forconservation in the UK Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 46 (4) 583-604Scott A.J. (2003) Public perception of landscape in Wales; implications for the town andcountry planning system, Journal of Environment Policy and Planning, 5 (2) 123-144Scott A.J (2002) Assessing public perception of landscape: the LANDMAP experience,Landscape Research, 27 (3) 271-295Scott A.J. (2001) Special Landscape Areas: Their operation and effectiveness inCeredigion, Wales, Town Planning Review 72 (4) 469-480Scott A.J. (2001) Contesting Sustainable Development: A case study of Brithdir Mawr,Environment Policy and Planning, 3 273-287 PAGE µ14§
  • 6. Scott A.J.(2000) Planning for recreation in the South Wales countryside: frompresumption to empiricism, Planning Practice and Research 15 (3) 175-192Scott, A.J. (1999) Whose Futures? A Comparative study of Local Agenda 21 in Mid-Wales. Planning Practice and Research, 14 (4) 401-421Scott, A.J. (1998) The role of forums in sustainable rural development: case studies fromrural Wales Journal of Environmental Management 54 291-303Scott, A.J. (1998) Strategic Planning for Countryside Recreation:- The South WalesRecreation Resources Initiative, Regional Studies 32 (9) 891-899Scott, A.J. (1997) The role of forums in sustainable development: A Case Study ofCardigan Bay Forum in Journal of Sustainable Development 5 (3) 131-138Forthcoming in press/ Accepted for publicationScott AJ (2011) Beyond the conventional: meeting the challenges of landscapegovernance within the European Landscape Convention; Journal of EnvironmentalManagementPrager, K. Reed M and Scott AJ (2011) Encouraging collaboration for the provision ofecosystem services across multiple scales – rethinking agri-environmental payments,Land Use PolicyGlass, J.H., Scott, A.J. and Price, M.F. Integrating sustainability and upland estatemanagement: a novel participatory approach in SNH (2010) in press The ChangingNature of Scotland, SNH: InvernessOther PublicationsScott AJ and Carter 2011 The Rural Urban Fringe Forgotten Opportunity Space? Townand Country Planning May/June 2011 231-234Scott AJ (2011) Capturing Institutional memory: the case of the rural urban Fringeworkshop Tripwire p11 March/April 2011 PAGE µ14§
  • 7. Scott AJ (2010) Planning encounters a black hole, Planning p6 1 October 2010Scott AJ (2010) Spatial planning encounters a black hole, Town and Country Planning,326-327 July/AugustScott AJ (2008) The Countryside we Want Town and Country Planning Vol. 77, No. 7/8(July/August), pp339-342Scott AJ , Gilbert A., and Gelan A. (2008) The Urban Rural Divide: Myth or Reality, SERGPolicy Brief (2) Aberdeen: Macaulay InstituteScott (2007) Assessing public perception of landscape: The LANDMAP experience, inGraham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John Schofield, Jnr., John H. Jameson (eds) 2007Heritage Reader, p346-362 London: RoutledgeScott (2007) SNH Consultation toolkit for SNH staff, SNH: EdinburghChristie M, Keirle I and Scott A ( 2001). The economic impact of Welsh National NatureReserves. In Byron and Sinclair (Eds) Community Development on the North AtlanticMargin. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Co.Scott, A.J. and Jones, E.M. (1998) Focus groups. Technical briefing sheet to Jigso, WCVA,Aberystwyth.Scott, A.J. (1996) Strategic Planning for Leisure in South Wales in Midmore P andHughes (Eds) Rural Wales pp 125-143. University of Wales Press, AberystwythCurrent Research Projects PAGE µ14§
  • 8. Scott AJ and Crawford K (2011) Building a Bigger Society HEIF 30KPrice MJ; Scott AJ Mcmorran R (2010-2012 ) 80k Community Ownership in RuralEstates, Privately funded research UHI . This forms part of a wider set of 3 PhDs andpost doctoral research project.Scott AJ (2010) Scott Wilson, Reed., M Thompson, K. And Scott AJ (2010) Payments forecosystems DEFRA (sub consultant 30K)Scott AJ (2010) Technical Review Proposal: Policy measures for sustainablemanagement of UK peatlands, IUCN (20K) subconsultantScott AJ (2010-2011) Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe Phase IV RELUESRC 145kLarkham P; Scott AJ; Curzon R; Lamb J and Hardman, M. (2010) Improvingcommunity involvement: Etching Hill and The Heath Cannock Case District CouncilNew projectLairds, Land and Sustainability: Scottish perspectives on upland management: edited book tobe published by Edinburgh University Press in 2012 (lead editor, with support fromMartin Price, Charles Warren, Alister Scott, Rob Mc Morran, Annie McKee and PippaWagstaff).Grants/Papers Under reviewSmart Path: an augmented reality smart phone App as part of a National Park visitorinvestment scheme CI led by Mark Reed University of AberdeenEnviron UK and Scott AJ (2011) Support to Local authorities: Guidance and CapacityBuilding on Low Carbon Planning SSWM 65KResidual Landscapes as opportunity spaces for environmental change. (2011) PIESRC 200k (originally submitted as 99K but scheme was abolished) PAGE µ14§
  • 9. Glass, J, Scott AJ and Price M (2011) The proof is in the process: a methodologicalframework to engage expert knowledge in local sustainability indicator selection anddevelopment Land Use Policy revised paper from that originally submittedPhD Student CompletionsJayne Glass (2011) Joint supervisor Sustainable Estates Year 3 with University ofHighlands and Islands (approved) The Power of the Research Process: Co-producingknowledge for sustainable upland estate management in Scotland (approved subject to NOrevisions)Current PhD SupervisionsJennifer Smith BCU scholarship (Year 1) The governance of adventure sports inprotected areas Year 1Lorna Eden BCU Scholarship (Year 1) Community governance of local landscapedesignations in England.Ken Crawford BCU (Year 1) 2050 HomeEster Renwick Joint supervisor (Year 3) Landscape perception of World Heritage Siteswith University of Highlands and IslandsResearch Contracts (Principal investigator /leader*)2011 *Scott AJ and Crawford K (2011) Building a Bigger Society HEIF2011 Payments for Ecosystem Services Defra (30K with Scott Wilson and UplandsManagement team*2010 Managing Change at the Rural Urban Fringe (RUF) RELU ERSC (145K)*2010 Improving community involvement and regeneration : Etching Hill and TheHeath, Cannock Chase District Council (30K)2010 Technical Review Proposal: Policy measures for sustainable management of UKpeatlands, IUCN (20K) PAGE µ14§
  • 10. *2009 The Role of partnerships in rural estate management: The case of community landtrusts, 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 Scotlandand New Zealand. Scholarship with Tracey Bell University of Waikato 20,00NZD2007/8 Implementing the European Landscape Convention in Scotland (Scottishgovernment contract in conjunction with International Centre of Protected Landscapes(25k)*2006-2008 River Basin Management and Spatial Planning (Aberdeen Centre ofEnvironmental Sustainability) (66K)*2006/7 Cumulative Impact of Wind turbines in Aberdeenshire Scottish NaturalHeritage/Aberdeenshire Council (30K)*2005/6) Evaluating experiences of landscape (councillors, planners, visitors andmountain 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 systemin Scotland. (Macaulay Development Trust £25k)2004 Essential Dwellings in the countryside (Welsh assembly Govt contract) inconjunction with Land Use Consultants (£36k)*2004 Sustainable Landscape: criteria and indicators for measuring and characterizingthe landscape of Wales (CCW £15k)*2004 Regulatory Impact Assessment: Common Land Legislation (DEFRA contract) inconjunction with Gloucester University (CCRU) and Asken Ltd. (£58k)2004 Research on Issues for the Implementation of Land Management Contracts inScotland (Scottish Natural Heritage ) (£25K)*2003 LANDMAP :Public Perception of Neath-Port Talbot (£5k) PAGE µ14§
  • 11. *2003 LANDMAP : Public perception of Pembrokeshire (£10k)*2003 What kind of countryside do we want (Welsh Assembly Govt contract) inconjunction with Land Use Consultants (£66k).*2002 LANDMAP :Public Perception of Wrexham £5K*2002 Special Landscape Areas UWA (£2.5k)*2001 Impact of foot and mouth on rural restructuring (CCW contract) (£21k)*2001 LANDMAP : Public perception of Merthyr Tydfil (£5k)*2001 Visitor Payback (CCW Contract (£12k)2000 New Wildwoods in conjunction with Oxford Forestry Institute (£22k)2000 Farm Diversification and the Planning System in conjunction with Land UseConsultants and University of West of England (£55k)*1999 LANDMAP : Evaluating public perception in Denbighshire. (£6k)*1999 LANDMAP : Mapping public perception: methodological considerations (£6k)*1998 LANDMAP : Evaluating public perception in the Vale of Glamorgan (£6k)*1998 LANDMAP : Evaluating public perception in Gwynedd (£6k)*1998 LANDMAP: Evaluating public perception in Cardiff (£8k)*1997 Recreation Database project South Wales Countryside Council for Wales (£7k)*1997 A modern apprenticeship scheme for tourism NVQ. Wales Tourist Board (£10k)*1997 Recreation Resources Initiative; Countryside Council for Wales (£6.5k)*1997 LANDMAP : Evaluating public participation in landscape assessment ; (£6.5k) PAGE µ14§
  • 12. *1997 An evaluation of interpretation in National Nature Reserves in WalesCountryside Council for Wales (£16k)*1989-1994 Recreation Planning in South Wales; Countryside Council for Wales, CountyCouncils, CADW,NRA,WTB,FE, (£40k)Esteem FactorsScott AJ (2011) What a waste of space : Can spatial planning add value to managing theenvironmental change agenda? Talk given to ACES, University of Aberdeen January31st 2011. http://slidesha.re/dJ7yk1Scott AJ (2010) Localism and Landscape: The times they are a changing; keynoteaddress given to Landscape Character Network LCN Seminar Birmingham 30thSeptember http://landscapecharacter.org.uk/localismScott AJ and Reed M (2010) Managing the Economics of Global Environmental Changeat the Rural Urban Fringe: A New Interdisciplinary Framework , Keynote presentationto the Annual Green economics Institute, Oxford. 28-31 July 2010Scott AJ (2008) Illuminating rural(s) theory in NZ: conceptual leaps and turns in post-productivist and spatial planning perspectives, BRCSS sponsored seminar to all NewZealand Universities 8 December 2008 University of Waikato.Scott AJ (2007) What kind of countryside do we want, Keynote paper to Institute ofWelsh Affairs, Plas Tan Y Bwlch 11/12 June 2007Scott (2007) Assessing public perception of landscape: The LANDMAP experience, inGraham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John Schofield, Jnr., John H. Jameson (eds) 2007Heritage Reader, p346-362 London: RoutledgeScott AJ (2006) Capturing Public Perceptions: Implications for Policy, Keynote papergiven at Europarc European Landscape Convention Seminar Peak District Park 7-8December 2006Scott (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 PAGE µ14§
  • 13. Scott A.J. (2006) Assessing public perception of landscape: past, present and futureperspectives, Invited CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science,Nutrition and Natural Resources 1, No. 041 doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR20061041Scott, (2005) (Book review) Gibbs A (2004) A Manufactured Plague: A History of Footand Mouth in Britain : Journal of Rural Studies 21 (3) 373Scott AJ (2004) Sustaining the countryside: community visions and planningnightmares. Invited paper given to Sustainable Research Conference InvernessNovember 3-5 2004Scott AJ (2003) Tapping into Public Perception: Invited Paper given to EuropeanLandscape Conference: Cardiff December 2003Referee (2000-2009) for Geoforum; Journal of Rural Studies; Landscape Research,Journal of Environmental Management, Landscape and Urban Planning; Journal ofPlanning and Environmental Management; Land Use Policy, Planning Theory andPractice. Referee for ESRC, RELU, TRIM research bidsPublished ReportsReed, 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) PolicyOptions for Sustainable Management of UK Peatlands, Review 8 report to IUCN PeatlandsCommission, IUCN.Roberts, G, Scott AJ, Hughes E., and Howard P (2009) Identifying Good Practice fromCountries implementing the European Landscape Convention. Report to the ScottishGovernment ICP/001/07, Edinburgh: Scottish GovernmentScott AJ and Shannon P (2008) Cumulative impact of Small scale wind farm turbines, reportto SNH and Aberdeenshire Councils. Aberdeen: Macaulay InstituteScott AJ and Shannon P (2006) Rural Diversification in Aberdeenshire, Report toSEERAD 203909, PAGE µ14§
  • 14. Blackstock, K. L.; McCrum, G.; Scott, A.; White, V (2006) A Framework for DevelopingIndicators of Sustainable Tourism, Aberdeen: Macaulay Institute .Scott A.J , Wright, I. and Birnie R. (2005) Taking Regional and Local Environmental Factorsinto Account in a System of Land Management Contracts for Scotland, report to ScottishNatural Heritage, Edinburgh:SNHScott A.J and Shannon P (2005) A Critical Review of Local Landscape Designations inScotland, Aberdeen: Macaulay InstituteScott A.J and Falzon C., (2004) Sustainable Landscape: Criteria and Indicators for Measuringand Characterizing the Landscape of Wales, Bangor: CCWScott A.J. (2004) LANDMAP Public perception of Pembrokeshire, Report and data toPembrokeshire County Council and PCNPA, Haverfordwest.Scott A.J. (2004) LANDMAP Public perception of Neath Port Talbot, Report and data toNeath Port Talbot Council,Scott A.J. and Shorten J. (2004) What Kind of Countryside do we Want, Report to the WelshAssembly 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 forCommon Land Proposals London: Defra.Scott A.J. and Christie (2002) Charging for conservation: Visitor Payback, Report submittedto the Countryside Council for Wales, Countryside Council for Wales: BangorScott A.J. Worrell R, Pryor N, Peterken GF, Taylor K, Knightbridge R and Brown N(2002) New Wildwoods in Britain. The potential for developing new landscape-scale nativewoodlands, Report published by Land Use Policy group HYPERLINK"http://www.lupg.org.uk/uploaded_photos/pubs_Wildwoods2.pdf"µhttp://www.lupg.org.uk/uploaded_photos/pubs_Wildwoods2.pdf§Scott A.J. Worrell R, Pryor N, Peterken GF, Taylor K, Knightbridge R and Brown N(2002) New Wildwoods: Developing the role of large scale new native woodlands in the uplands,Research Note published by Land Use Policy group HYPERLINK PAGE µ14§
  • 15. "http://www.lupg.org.uk/uploaded_photos/pubs_Wildwoods_-_Research_note.pdf"µhttp://www.lupg.org.uk/uploaded_photos/pubs_Wildwoods_-_Research_note.pdf§Scott A.J. (2002) LANDMAP Public Perception of Wrexham, Report to Wrexham BoroughCouncil, WrexhamScott, A.J and Bullen JM (2001) LANDMAP: Public perception of Merthyr Tydfil, Report toMerthyr Tydfil Borough CouncilScott A.J. , Midmore P. and Land Use Consultants, University of West of England,(2001) Farm Diversification and the Planning System, National Assembly for Wales:CardiffScott, A.J., Christie, M., Midmore P and Youell, R. (2001) The impact of Foot and Mouthdisease in Wales, Report to Countryside Council for Wales, Countryside Council forWales, BangorScott, A.J. (1999) Methodology for evaluating public perception of landscape, Technical reportto the Countryside Council for Wales May 1999. Countryside Council for Wales, BangorScott, A.J. (1999) LANDMAP Public perception of the Denbighshire landscape, Technicalreport to the Countryside Council for Wales August 1999. Countryside Council forWales, BangorBullen J.M., Jones, E.M. and Scott, A.J. (1998) LANDMAP Pilot: Public Perception ofLandscape, Report to Countryside Council for Wales. BangorBullen J.M., Jones, E.M. and Scott, A.J. (1998) LANDMAP: Public Perception of the Vale ofGlamorgan, Landscape report to Vale of Glamorgan Council. Vale of GlamorganCouncil: Barry.Bullen J.M., Jones, E.M. and Scott, A.J. (1998) LANDMAP: Public Perception of the Cardiff,Landscape report to Atlantic Consultants and Cardiff County Council. Cardiff CountyCouncil: CardiffBullen J.M., Jones, E.M. and Scott, A.J. (1998) LANDMAP: Public Perception of theGwynedd, Landscape report to Gwynedd County Council. Gwynedd County Council:Caernarfon PAGE µ14§
  • 16. Scott, A.J., Christie, M. and Keirle, I. (1998) Recreational Use of visitors to Welsh NationalNature Reserves, Report to Countryside Council for Wales. BangorKeirle, I., Christie M. and Scott, A.J. (1998) An Evaluation of Interpretation of WelshNational Nature Reserves, Report to Countryside Council for Wales. BangorChristie, M., Keirle, I. and Scott, A.J. (1998) The Economic Impact of Welsh NationalNature Reserves, Report to Countryside Council for Wales. BangorSandells, S, Scott, A.J. , Youell, R. (1998) A Modern Apprenticeship Scheme for Tourism,Report prepared for Wales Tourist Board. WTB:CardiffScott, A.J. (1998) South Wales Recreation Resources Initiative: Household Survey report1994/5, Report to Countryside Council for Wales. Countryside Council for Wales:CardiffScott, A.J. (1995) Evaluation of Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Winter Fair : Reportprepared for Royal Welsh Agricultural Society. RWAS: Builth WellsScott, A.J. (1995) A Strategic Recreation Plan for South Wales . Technical report to SouthWales CCW, Gwent, Mid- South- and West Glamorgan County Councils,Cadw, Welsh Water, Wales Tourist Board, National Rivers Authority, Brecon BeaconsNational Park and Forest Enterprise. Countryside Council for Wales, Bangor.Scott, A.J. (1994) Strategic Plan for Recreation in South Wales Progress report, reportproduced for the South Wales Recreation Forum (February). Countryside Council forWales: CardiffScott, A.J. (1994) Llanbadarn Fawr Community Appraisal, Report prepared for LlanbadarnFawr Community Council. Llanbadarn Fawr.Scott, A.J. (1993) Recreational Site Survey South Wales: 1992, Technical reportcommissioned by CCW, Gwent, Mid- South- and West Glamorgan County Councils.Countryside Council for Wales: CardiffScott, A.J. (1993) Three Years of Recreation Site Surveys, Technical report to South Walesrecreation forum, Countryside Council for Wales: Cardiff PAGE µ14§
  • 17. Scott, A.J. (1993) Melindwr Community Appraisal, Report prepared for MelindwrCommunity Council. Capel BangorScott, A.J. (1992) Recreational Site Survey South Wales: 1991, Technical reportcommissioned by CCW, Gwent, Mid- South- and West Glamorgan County Councils.Countryside Council for Wales: CardiffScott, A.J. (1991) Recreational Site Survey South Wales 1990 , Technical reportcommissioned by Countryside Commission, Gwent, Mid- South- and West GlamorganCounty Councils, Countryside Council for Wales: CardiffKey Research ConferencesScott AJ (2011) Building a Bigger Society, Workshop Conference BCU 2oth May HIEFScott AJ (2011) Whose fringe is it anyway: prospects and opportunities for integratedmanagement of the rural-urban fringe (RUF).Paper given to AAG Seattle. April.Scott AJ and Carter C (2011) Should spatial planning jump into bed withecosystem services: new theoretical developments from an exciting liaison paper givenat Planning Theory conference UWE Bristol May 2011.Scott AJ and Hardman (2011) Delivering the Big Society: Is spatial planning theorylimiting the way we see the world? paper given at Planning Theory conference UWEBristol May 2011.Scott AJ (2011) What a waste of space: Can spatial planning add value to managing theenvironmental change agenda? Invited paper given to Aberdeen Centre ofEnvironmental sustainability. 31st January 2011 University of AberdeenReed, 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) PolicyOptions for Sustainable Management of UK Peatlands, paper given to to IUCN PeatlandsCommission conference University of Durham 27-28 September 2010 PAGE µ14§
  • 18. Scott AJ (2010) Landscape and Localism : The Times they are a Changing ; keynotelecture given to Countryside Character Network Conference 30 September 2010http://landscapecharacter.org.uk/localismScott AJ and Carter C (2010) Experiencing the Natural Environment: Exploring theLandscape experiences of Mountain Bikers and Walkers, paper given at the RoyalGeographical Society 1-3 September 2010 (session sponsored by the Socio-culturalresearch group).Scott AJ and Reed M (2010) Managing the Economics of Global Environmental Changeat the Rural Urban Fringe: A New Interdisciplinary Framework , Paper submitted to theAnnual Green economics Institute, Oxford. 28-31 July 2010Glass, J.H., Scott, A.J. and Price, M.F. (2010). Beyond the usual suspects? The role ofexpert knowledge in sustainability indicator development for Scotlands upland estates.Knowledge systems and mountain sustainability concerns session. Global Change and theWorlds Mountains Conference, Perth, 26-30 September 2010Glass, J.H., Scott, A.J. and Price, M.F. (2010). Who is an expert? Engaging scientific andlocal knowledge in deliberative sustainability research. Emerging Themes inGeographical Research session: Knowledge, Theory and Learning. RGS-IBG AnnualInternational Conference, London, 1-3 September 2010.Glass, J.H., Scott, A.J. and Price, M.F. (2010). Twenty heads are better than one: a toolkitfor monitoring sustainability on Scotlands upland estates. New and Emerging RuralResearchers Session. RGS-IBG International Annual Conference, London, 1-3 September2010.2010Glass JH, Scott AJ and Price MF (2009) Sustainable upland estate management inScotland: indicating the way ahead. Paper presented to the New and Emerging RuralResearchers session. Royal Geographical Society-IBG Annual International Conference,26-28 August, ManchesterGlass, JH, Scott, AJ and Price, MF, (2009). Sustainable upland estates in Scotland:Using Delphi to operationalise sustainability within a collaborative learningenvironment. Paper presented to the 15th International Symposium on Society andResource Management, Vienna, 5-8 July 2009. PAGE µ14§
  • 19. Scott AJ (2008) Illuminating rural(s) theory in NZ: conceptual leaps and turns in post-productivist and spatial planning perspectives, BRCSS sponsored seminar to all NewZealand Universities 8 December 2008 University of Waikato.Smith, H.M.; Blackstock, K.L.; Scott, A.J.; Wall, G., (2008) Planning for sustainablefutures: River basin management meets Scottish land use planning RGS-IBG AnnualInternational Conference, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London, 26-29 August 2008.Smith, H.M.; Blackstock, K.L.; Scott, A.J., (2008) Planning for sustainable futures:linking river basin management and land use planning in Scotland.,) International WaterAssociation, 11th International Specialised Conference on Watershed and River BasinManagement, Budapest, 4-5 September 2008.Scott AJ (2008) Multifunctional Space and Rural Diversification: Contestation andSynergies in Land Use Planning and Policy, SENSOR Impact Assessment of Land usechanges Berlin 6th-9th AprilScott AJ (2006) Planning for Amenity and Conservation in the UK: Can Local LandscapeDesignations Deliver?., Paper presented at the Association of American GeographersAnnual conference, Chicago 3-8th MarchScott (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 SeptemberScott AJ (2006) Capturing Public Perceptions: Implications for Policy, Keynote papergiven at Europarc European Landscape Convention Seminar Peak District Park 7-8December 2006Blackstock, K.; Hunter, C.; McCrum, G.; Scott, A.; White, V., (2006) Measuringresponsibility: An appraisal of a Scottish National Parks sustainable tourismindicators., American Association of Geographers Annual Conference, Chicago, 7 - 11th March2006; given 10th March 2006.Scott AJ (2005) Contesting the countryside: deconstructing community visions acrossthe urban-rural divide, Paper presented at the Association of American GeographersAnnual conference, Denver . 5-9 April PAGE µ14§
  • 20. Scott AJ (2004) Sustaining the countryside: community visions and planningnightmares. Invited paper given to Sustainable Research Conference InvernessNovember 3-5 2004.Scott AJ and Whitehead M (2003) Dis)Integrating urban and rural policy – the case ofsustainable development in post-Devolution Wales: Paper given to the RoyalGeographical Society London September 2003Scott AJ (2003) Tapping into Public Perception: Invited Paper given to EuropeanLandscape Conference: Cardiff December 2003Scott AJ (2003) Special Landscape Areas: Panacea of Pandoras Box for landscapeconservation in Wales. Paper given to CCW Bangor March 2003.Scott AJ (2003) Diversification in rural Wales: Exclusion and marginalisation within thetown and country planning system, paper given to the AAG conference in New OrleansUSA, March 2003.Scott AJ (2003) Can community involvement help to address world problem, Papergiven to LA 21 Aberystwyth March 2003Scott A.J. (2002) Christie M and Midmore P The impact of foot and mouth: implicationsfor rural restructuring in Wales, Paper given to the Agricultural Economics Society April2002 UWA.Scott AJ (2002) Special Landscape Areas ; Landscape protection or Cosmetics paper tobe presented at the Global Challenges of Parks and Protected Area Management SymposiumLa Maddalena National Park , Sardinia Italy. October 2002Scott, A.J. (2001) Contesting sustainable development: A case study of Brithdir Mawr.Paper given to Association of American Geographers Conference, New York City February2001Scott, A.J (2001) Pryor S.N., Worrell R.W, Peterken GF, Knightbridge RJ and Taylor KNew Wildwoods in upland Britain - opportunities and obstacles, Paper given to theWilderness Britain Conference, University of Leeds. March 2001Scott, A.J. (2000) Special Landscape Areas: Their operation and effectiveness inCeredigion, Paper given to Roots 2000, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, WyeAgricultural College, April. PAGE µ14§
  • 21. Scott, A.J. (2000) Assessing public perception of landscape: The Welsh experience. Papergiven at Multifunctional Landscapes: Interdisciplinary approaches to landscape research andmanagement, Centre for Landscape Research, Roskilde Denmark OCTOBER 2000Scott, A.J. (1999) A methodology for assessing public perception of landscape. Papergiven to Welsh Landscape Group, Newtown Borough Council. Newtown. Welsh Landscapegroup.Scott, A.J. (1999) Evaluating Public perception of landscape : Implications for RuralPlanning. Paper given to Roots 99, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Harper Adams.April.Scott, A.J. (1998) A Survey of Visitors in National Nature Reserves in Wales. Paper givento Countryside Council for Wales Dyfed-Powys Region. AberystwythScott, A.J. (1998) Whose Futures: A comparative study of Local Agenda 21 initiatives inMid Wales. Paper given to RESSG conference University of Wales Aberystwyth.Scott, A.J. (1997) The role of forums in sustainable development: A Case Study ofCardigan Bay Forum; paper given at 1997 International Sustainable development ResearchConference . Manchester AprilScott, A.J. (1997) Sustainable development: Case studies from Rural Wales; paper givento Rural Resources, Rural Development at Novia Scotia Agricultural College Truro 8-12th JulyScott, A.J. (1996) Cardigan Bay Forum ; A progress report and evaluation; paper givento Annual conference of Marine Conservation Society, Cardiff: NovemberScott, A.J. (1996) A Critical Appraisal of the West Coast Directory; paper given to JointNature Conservation Committee conference PrestonScott, A.J. (1996) Strategic Planning for Leisure in South Wales in Sustainabilityconference University of Central Lancashire AprilScott, A.J. (1996) The Role of Coastal Forums in Coastal Zone management: Case Studyof Cardigan Bay Forum ; paper given at Littoral 1996 University of Portsmouth September PAGE µ14§
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