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Remit

 

The remit of the Committee’s inquiry was to consider—

      • the nature and extent of the current relationship between transport and land use planning policies;
      • the scope for further integration of these policies;
      • the benefits that further integration might deliver in terms of sustainable economic growth and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

Timetable

The Committee has completed its inquiry and has reported to the Scottish Parliament.

Read the Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee’s 1st Report, 2010 (Session 3), (SP Paper 480)

Evidence

Written evidence


The Committee issued a call for evidence on 19 March 2010.

Read the call for evidence

Read the news release on the call for evidence


Read the written submissions received

Oral evidence


The Committee took oral evidence at its meetings on 13 and 20 April, 11 and 25 May, 1 and 15 June 2010.

Read the meeting papers and the Official Reports

Report

The Committee published its report to the Scottish Parliament on 2 July 2010.

Read the Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee’s 1st Report, 2010 (Session 3), (SP Paper 480)

Responses

Read the Scottish Government’s response to the Committee’s report

Additional information

 

  Road engineer surveys a road / Picture René Mansi / iStockphoto