8.10 Physical resources
Classes in this category covers information at a strategic level relating to the institution's management of its physical resources. Some of this information may be required to be published under the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004.
Access to online information is free. For other costs please see the page containing the University's charging policy.
- Description of estate
- Estate development plan
- Buildings under construction
- Estates indicators
- Environmental policies
1. Description of estate
Overview of the institution's estate.
The University's estate is summarised in the Estate strategy 2008-2018.
2. Estate development plans
Plans for major changes to the estate, including plans for use of major external capital funding.
The University's plans for developing its estate are set out in the Estate strategy 2008-2018. In addition, please visit:
Details of the Scottish Funding Council's capital funding allocations and the Funding & Outcomes pages of the Scottish Funding Council.
3. Buildings under construction
There are currently no buildings under construction.
Maintenance arrangements and policies for buildings and grounds.
Some arrangements are undertaken in-house. Otherwise, please visit the page on procurement.
For other information, please make any request to: Freedom of Information, Academic Registry, Abertay University, Bell Street, Dundee, Scotland DD1 1HG.
5. Estates indicators
Performance indicators on major estates functions. Please refer to the University's Estates Strategy, Strategic Plan, and Sustainable Development Policy, which are available on the University's Environment and Sustainability page.
The Higher Education Statistics Agency already publishes a range of estates-related and environmental statistics, for this University and other UK Universities. This information is available from its Estates Management - Environmental Information page.
6. Environmental policies
The institution's environmental policies, practices and overview of their impact.
Please refer to the pages linked above.
Otherwise, please make a request for information to the contact details above.