review undertaken in the early stages of the research to look at the
specific environmental, economic and silvicultural impacts of the use of
roundpole in Scotland. This work was commissioned to seek to understand
the similarities and differences between the Scottish context and the
other partner countries.
here to see the full report :
of Roundpole in Scotland:
Review of Current Activity
report details the findings of market research performed in Scotland
during May 2000 to assess current levels and modes of roundpole usage,
and to identify opportunities for development.
sample of around 50 interviewees was selected representing a range of
interests including architects, designers, specifiers, structural
engineers, builders, Local Councils, Government Agencies, community
groups, NGOs and partnerships, and research institutions. Feedback was
obtained on past, current and future initiatives; barriers and issues
were identified, as were opportunities for development.
here to view further details and download the full report :
of Roundpole in Scotland: A Review of Current Activity
publications and information pages were edited by Sandy Halliday and
others at Gaia Group Scotland.
Contributions from all the project partners are gratefully acknowledged.
Hautala, Sodankyla Municipality, Finland email@example.com
Halliday, GaiaResearch, Scotland - firstname.lastname@example.org