All 5 results for forgandenny perthshire

Scottish Parliament: National Planning Framework (10 Nov 2021)

Jim Fairlie: As part of the Scottish Children’s Parliament project, the moment, I recently met online with pupils from Forgandenny primary school in my constituency of Perthshire South and Kinross-shire. One thing that we talked about was using sheep’s wool as building insulation. Wool is abundant, continuously renewable and locally produced. It lasts for decades, and at the end of its life it can...

Written Answers — Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform: Broadband: Scotland (22 Jan 2008)

Stephen Timms: ... Stirling Throsk Bannockburn Stirling Aigas Beauly Ross, Skye and Lochaber Craik Borthwickbrae Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk Forgandenny Bridge of Earn Ochil and South Perthshire Drumfearn Broadford Ross, Skye and Lochaber Luib Broadford Ross, Skye and Lochaber Strathbrora Brora Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross Cortachy, Glen Prosen Cortachy...

Scottish Parliament: Telecommunications (27 Oct 1999)

Keith Raffan: ...should be closed as soon as possible. I do not know whether we can act retrospectively, but I do not want to see such masts springing up throughout other parts of the region, particularly in Perthshire and the Highlands, where current mobile phone coverage is poor. In the near future, coverage will be expanded in such areas, and will result in the appearance of those intrusions—or, as...

Clause 8. — (Provisions as to Training for Agricultural Occupations.) (29 Mar 1949)

...door to myself. On 8th February the Secretary of State for Scotland was asked what were: …the maximum, minimum and present number of inmates in the camp for agricultural workers at Forgandenny, Perthshire; what, since inception, are the equivalent numbers of staff to look after them; and what, since inception, has been the average number of inmates regularly employed on agricultural work...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Agricultural Camp, Perthshire (8 Feb 1949)

Colonel Sir Alan Gomme-Duncan: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what, since inception, are the maximum, minimum and present number of inmates in the camp for agricultural workers at Forgandenny, Perthshire; what, since inception, are the equivalent numbers of staff to look after them; and what, since inception, has been the average number of inmates regularly employed on agricultural work outside the camp.


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