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Research study into provision for recreation in the highlands and islands

University of Edinburgh.

Research study into provision for recreation in the highlands and islands

Summary report (TRRU research report)

by University of Edinburgh.

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Published by Tourism and Recreation Research Unit, University of Edinburgh .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages145
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8290834M
ISBN 100904828255
ISBN 109780904828252
OCLC/WorldCa13333095

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Provision for leisure and recreation is only one, although an important, element in the community life of the areas affected, but in accepting the brief for this research project from the Highlands and Islands Development Board and the European Economic Community, the Tourism and Recreation Research Unit has been very conscious of the intimate relationships between changes in patterns of economic and social activity and the aspirations and needs of individuals for leisure and recreation.

Research study into provision for recreation and leisure in areas affected by oil-related industry in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Summary report. Internal documentation on regional policy. The Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research (CRTR) is a recently established research centre at the School of Adventure Studies, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands.

It provides consultancy and research services in the following areas: Adventure tourism. Nature-based tourism. Support in Mind Scotland has just completed a community-based wellbeing project called Highlands & Islands Connections.

Building on a previous research project supported by the National Rural Mental Health Forum, this initiative was all about exploring how to strengthen community connections to make a positive difference to the mental well-being of people living in rural areas.

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HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS REGIONAL TERTIARY OUTCOME AGREEMENT - 1. Introduction The University of the Highlands and Islands is the only university based in our region, covering the Highlands and Islands, Perth and Kinross and Moray.

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The University of the Highlands and Islands stands out from other universities because of its incredible locations. Fort William is home to an active outdoor community and the university feeds directly into this.

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THE HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS TRANSPORT PARTNERSHIP (HITRANS) WRITTEN SUBMISSION Introduction The Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership (HITRANS) welcome the opportunity to contribute to the Scottish Parliament’s Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee’s Inquiry to consider the provision of Community Transport Services.

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Tourism in the highlands and islands of Scotland rewards and conflicts. Brian Duffield is Director of the Tourism and Recreation Research Unit. He has recently been Visiting Lecturer at the Department of Geography, University of Edinburgh and Visiting Research Fellow at the Department of Geography, University of Bergen.

He is also on Cited by: Information was obtained by detailed interviews and postal surveys on the attitudes and experiences of farmers, crofters and landowners in respect of provision of facilities for tourism and recreation, and the way these vary between areas and different types of unit, and on the economics of providing for different types of tourism on different types of farms, crofts, or by: 3.

The programme's overall objective is "to increase the prosperity of the Highlands & Islands through sustainable economic development and to reduce social and economic disparities within the region so that long-term progress can be sustained beyond ".This will be achieved through four priorities for action.

Action Priorities The programme revolves around four priority areas and technical. University of the Highlands and Islands; Overview: CRFR Associate Directors: University of Highlands and Islands: With a mission to address the social, economic, cultural and environmental challenges facing remote and rural places and people, the Centre for Remote and Rural Studies conducts high quality research to stimulate public debate and evaluate policy that will secure the long term.

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