HC Deb 25 January 1977 vol 924 cc562-3W
Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland (1) how it is intended to accommodate those studying at Dunfermline College, Cramond, West Edinburgh, at Dundee College, in view of the fact that there are 200 residential places at Dunfermline College, and Dundee College has only 190 residential places, most, if not all of which are already filled;

(2) how the transference of Dunfermline College of Physical Education, Cramond, West Edinburgh, to Dundee would effect saving, bearing in mind that there are 579 students, 70 members of the teaching staff, and more than 100 other employees at the college in West Edinburgh, who live in the Edinburgh area.

Mr. McElhone

The detailed arrangements at individual colleges and their financial implications cannot be precisely forecast at this stage since they will depend on the outcome of the consultations indicated by my right hon. Friend's paper of 17th January.

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