Greater attention also needs to be afforded to the provision of food within buildings, whether places of employment or leisure. Public sector institutions could play a leadership role here 
Related actions from Route Map action plan - energy consumption (1.2, 1.3, 1.10)
Using our financial support schemes and integrated impact assessment to provide incentives to producers and manufacturers of lower energy food and ingredients.
[Note: Although not contained within the Action Plan the Route Map makes provision for the following:]
Where voluntary approaches to reformulation, portion size adjustment and stocking policies do not achieve sufficient progress towards a healthier balance in the meals, food and drinks sold in Scotland we will consider appropriate statutory means to increase the rate of change.
Working with Consumer Focus Scotland to extend the healthliving award to all caterers within public sector organisations and to have a stronger presence on the high street. For all organisations already participating, the Healthyliving Award Plus offers an opportunity to achieve step increases in the required ratio of healthy options to other options on the menus from participating caterers.
Working across the public sector to promote and support the procurement of lower energy and less energy dense products and to support the adoption of nutritional standards analogous to school Nutritional Regulations to vending machines, retail outlets and public and staff catering facilities in NHS and Local Authority premises and other public sector organisations. The leadership of the public sector will set an important example which we would wish to see emulated by the private sector.
Related actions from Route Map action plan- energy expenditure (2.9)
Encouraging excellence and innovation in designing communities that incorporate a range of features that reduce car dependency, increase active travel and create attractive, accessible open spaces for recreation through the Scottish Sustainable Communities Initiative. The sharing of this innovation and practice will help improve the quality of Scotland's built environment.
Related actions from Route Map action plan- early years (3.1)
Promoting positive environments for children and families through all our planning, regeneration and transport policies.
Related actions from Route Map action plan - workplace (4.1, 4.3, 4.5, 4.7)
Encouraging all public sector organisations to set an example to other landowners by using their estate to support greater activity by signposting walks and cycle routes
Continuing to invest in the healthyliving award by securing commitment from all public sector employers with catering outlets to register for and achieve the healthyliving award in the first instance and thereafter the healthyliving award plus.
Following up CEL 14 (2008), Health Promoting Health Service - Action in Acute Care Settings, to ensure that NHS Boards continue to take action to implement specific health promoting actions in relation to alcohol, smoking, breastfeeding, food and health and healthy working lives. It is likely that the focus of Health Promoting Health Service will be extended to include additional topic areas.
Encouraging all public sector organisations to set an example to other landowners by using their estate to support greater activity by signposting walks and cycle routes.