Strathclyde Region


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Strathclyde Region

a former local government region in W Scotland: formed in 1975 from Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Lanarkshire, Buteshire, Dunbartonshire, and parts of Argyllshire, Ayrshire, and Stirlingshire; replaced in 1996 by the council areas of Glasgow, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, Argyll and Bute, East Dunbartonshire, West Dunbartonshire, North Ayrshire, South Ayrshire, and East Ayrshire
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Having worked in Scottish schools - as a teacher, headteacher, and recently as a chief advisor in Strathclyde Region - I was convinced that many schools were striving to create just such an ethos.
For every vouchers you will back in getting Amazonia Motherwell, Strathclyde Region the family over to Scotland's only indoor tropical rainforest.
The firm had been set up with pounds 180,000 backing from the Scottish Office, Strathclyde Region and Renfrew District Council.
More than 5,000 cases were reported in the Strathclyde region alone last year - an increase of three per cent on the previous year.
Strathclyde region had a record number of gun-related crimes last year - up 28 per cent from 3287 to 4195.
Ord also caused chaos during last week's 48-hour stoppage when he demanded ignition keys be stripped from fire appliances throughout the Strathclyde region.
The worst-affected areas are Glasgow, the wider Strathclyde region and Aberdeenshire.
The tallest inhabited buildings are the 328ft high Red Road flats in Glasgow but there are proposals to build a 440ft office and housing block on the site of the old Strathclyde Region HQ, also in Glasgow.
This extraordinary state of affairs is put down to the handover following the break-up of Strathclyde Region in March 1996.
Elsewhere, one camera in the Strathclyde region made more than pounds 200,000 last year alone, catching 3531 drivers.
McIntosh, a former chief executive of Strathclyde Region and Glasgow Council, added: "People felt there was a danger of too much power accruing in one person's hands.

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