Strathclyde

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Strath•clyde

(stræθˈklaɪd)

n.
a region in SW Scotland. 2,504,909; 5300 sq. mi. (13,727 sq. km).
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According to the Buildings at Risk website of the Register for Scotland, in 1992 the then owners Strathclyde Regional Council put it up for sale after using is as store.
Derek began working life as an apprentice with Lanarkshire County Council, later to become Strathclyde Regional Council.
Both officers were awarded Strathclyde Regional Council's Medal for Bravery.
Although two orders are still in place at regional level to allow rallies to take place - Scottish Borders Council (Jim Clark Memorial Rally) Order Confirmation Act 1996 and the Strathclyde Regional Council Order Confirmation Act 1990 (Isle of Mull Rally) - neither rally has been held in recent years because of "ongoing issues" following the deaths.
The 69-year-old began her political career as a councillor on Strathclyde Regional Council and later became the Labour MP for Stirling for 18 years.
The confidential files involved youngsters who were under supervision of the now-defunct Strathclyde Regional Council social work department and dated back to the 80s and early 90s.
Prior to this, he worked for Strathclyde Regional Council and Clydebank and Monklands district councils.
There had been several proposals to develop the 54-acre gap site but the former Strathclyde Regional Council's insistence that it should be an industrial site scuppered the plans.
In 1984 she represented herself at an industrial tribunal in a landmark case against the biggest employer in Scotland, Strathclyde Regional Council.
This was so in the case of Strathclyde Regional Council v Syme, a school janitor who was dismissed for being drunk at work.
The sense of Finlay's overbalance into straightforward admiration of Saint-Just can be traced, perhaps, to the period of his celebrated battle through the 1980s with Strathclyde Regional Council over the application of business rates to Little Sparta, which the council argued was functioning as business premises.

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