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Richardson, Geoffrey Alan | b 1936 | Principal of The Queen's College, Glasgow English
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Principal (1976-1991) : Geoffrey Richardson, papers

This series consists of 7 sub-series:

  • Academic reports, publications and textbooks by Geoffrey Richardson, 1973-1990
  • Scottish Education Department correspondence and forms, 1976-1990
  • Principal's reports on activities of the College, 1977-1989
  • General correspondence of Geoffrey Richardson, 1977-1991
  • Scottish Vocational Education Council (SCOTVEC) and related correspondence, 1979-1991
  • Council for National Academic Awards (CNAA) correspondence and reports, 1980-1991
  • External committees, 1981-1987

Geoffrey Richardson's correspondence regarding the Eldon Street site

This file contains 3 folders including notes of discussions, letters and memos regarding:

  • College objections to the Park Anderston local plan
  • Public local enquiry
  • Feasibility study for development of the Eldon Street site
  • Hotel school feasibility study meetings, planning issues and marketing materials,
  • Photocopies of news cuttings

The correspondence is mainly with Glasgow City Council; Mitchells Roberton Solicitors; Miller and Black Architects; Peter PC Allan, Consultant Chartered Town Planners; Scottish Development Agency; The Holmes Partnership Architects and Planning Consultants.

Recruitment for post of Principal

This file contains 1 folder:

  • General information sheets about the College
  • Blank application forms for teaching appointments for the County of Lanark and Strathclyde Regional Council with annotations
  • Regulations governing submission of applications for promoted posts
  • Draft advert for the post
  • Blank application form for the Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Science
  • Proforma letters to candidates and their referees
  • Juliann Calder’s CV
  • Geoffrey Richardson’s application form, CV and correspondence regarding the interview, uptake of the post, his publications, move to Glasgow (part removed for data protection)