ICE and the Referendum
Now that the outcome of the referendum is known and Scotland is to remain part of the UK, the Institution looks forward to engaging constructively with the Scottish and UK governments to reinforce the value of investment in our infrastructure and the people and skills required for its delivery and maintenance.
During the period of change following the referendum, ICE will continue to engage with all governments and parties.
ICE's flagship State of the Nation series of reports set out the challenges and opportunities that policy makers and professionals face in delivering infrastructure networks that are resilient and fit for purpose. A full review of Scotland's infrastructure will be delivered in advance of the 2016 Scottish Parliament elections.
Implications of further constitutional change for ICE's operations will be kept under review and we will continue to provide the full range of services to our members and stakeholders in Scotland and the rest of the UK
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2 OCTOBER 2014
Royal Society of Edinburgh
Publications for Purchase Publications for Download
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Civil Engineering Heritage (in 2 Volumes) by Roland Paxton & Jim Shipway
Scotland Highlands & Islands
Scotland Lowlands & BordersPrice : £17.50 each or £30.00 for the set
Central to Glasgow
Revised & Updated 2nd Edition
Compiled by Dugald Cameron Strathwood
Price : £20.00