BEAR Scotland Limited: a limited company formed by the alliance of Eurovia UK, Jacobs and Breedon Aggregates Scotland. Each of these companies is successful in its own right in the road maintenance, transportation and civil engineering sectors, but the combination of experience, skills and knowledge each company brings to BEAR provides our clients with enormous benefits through worldwide expertise and an unrivalled scope of operations. BEAR’s current operations include the management and maintenance of the North West, North East and South East Trunk Road units on behalf of Transport Scotland and the M80 Stepps to Haggs and A92 Dundee to Arbroath Operation and maintenance on behalf of the Private Finance Initiative owners.
With offices and depots around Scotland, employing 700 people, we have the experience to deliver a first rate service in the road maintenance sector.
Federation of Small Businesses (FSB): The Federation of Small Businesses is the UK’s largest campaigning pressure group, promoting and protecting the interests of the self employed and owners of small firms.
Freight Transport Association: one of the UK’s largest trade associations and represents the transport interests of companies moving goods by road, rail, sea and air.
Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM): The Institute of Advanced Motorists is the UK’s leading independent road safety charity. We passionately believe that our roads can be made a safer place by improving the standards of the people who are using them. With over 50 years of experience, passion and insight, the IAM is uniquely positioned to help improve the skills and understanding of UK drivers, riders and cyclists
Northern Safety Camera Partnership: the NSCP no longer exists in its current format as the Scottish Safety Camera Programme was restructured in 2015. The NSCP has now been integrated within the North Area Unit which has principal responsibility for managing camera enforcement on the A9. A specific identity and central website for the Unit is currently in development but detailed information on Unit activity is still available on the legacy site
Perth and Kinross Council: a large, diverse organisation which works for the benefit of all the citizens and communities of the area.
Police Scotland: formally established on 1 April 2013 and responsible for policing across the length and breadth of Scotland, some 28,168 square miles.
Road Haulage Association: the association of choice for today’s professional UK road transport operator.
Road Safety Scotland: develops and co-ordinates national road safety education and publicity initiatives.
Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI): The Scottish Council for Development & Industry (SCDI) is an independent and inclusive economic development network which seeks to influence and inspire Government and key stakeholders with our ambitious vision to create sustainable economic growth for Scotland. SCDI’s diverse and influential membership forms a gathering of knowledge, experience and talent which provides a dynamic and creative force for change.
Stagecoach: One of the largest bus operators in the UK.
Tayside Safety Camera Partnership: the TSCP no longer exists in its current format as the Scottish Safety Camera Programme was restructured in 2015. The TSCP has now been integrated within the North Area Unit which has principal responsibility for managing camera enforcement on the A9. A specific identity and central website for the Unit is currently in development but detailed information on Unit activity is still available on the legacy site.
The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK (CPT): recognised by Government as the voice of the bus and coach industries, and the focus for consultation on national and international legislation, local regulations, operational practices and engineering standards.
The Highland Council: one of 32 all-purpose councils in Scotland, serving 232,000 people across 26,484 sq km.