Policies and strategies
Estates Department policies and strategy documents.
If you need any of these documents in an alternative format, for example in large print, please contact the Estates Department on 0131 650 9157
|Estates Vision 2017 - 2027||
The Estates Vision explains how we plan to acheive our goal of creating a world-class estate for a world-class university.
|Accessibility Policy & Guidance|
This Policy governs the installation and operation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras and systems by the University of Edinburgh or on University premises.
|Integrated Travel Plan 2017 - 2021||
As part of its commitment to social, economic and environmental sustainability, the University seeks to work in partnership with others to reduce its overall impact caused by travel.
|Vehicle Policy 2017||
This policy aims to reduce legal, health and safety and financial liability and to control costs of managing University vehicles.
|Space Management Policy||
The methodology and principles for the reporting of NPRAS are detailed in the Space Management Policy.
|Waste Strategy 2018/19 - 2022/23||
The Strategy sets out how The University of Edinburgh will achieve its vision to becoming a zero waste University by embedding Circular Economy thinking, and putting waste prevention, reuse and recycling at the forefront of our relationship with resources.
|Contingency Plan for Waste Incidents||
The Contingency Plan for Waste Incidents takes effect when an incident involving waste cannot be managed safely using local school rules and procedures.
|Policy on reuse & recycling of computers and other electronic equipment||
This document provides guidance on University policy relating to the reuse and recycling of IT and other electronic equipment.
|Drinking Water Policy||
The University has adopted a more sustainable and economic policy on drinking water and is dispensing with freestanding bottled water coolers and bottled water.
|Control of legionella bacteria within water systems Policy||
The purpose of this policy is to provide an effective framework for the control of risk from exposure to legionella bacteria (the causative agent of legionellosis, including Legionnaires’ disease) within water systems under the control of the University of Edinburgh.