MLA, Lagan Valley
As the Member will know, it is the local council that ultimately tenders and manages the project, as it was with that scheme, and it has now been demonstrated that that was the right thing to do. Like the Member, I was frustrated with the way in which it was developed and the problems that that created. This scheme is the linkage scheme to connect into all the work that has been carried...
Members will know that there was a consultation on four offices. No recommendations on its outworkings have been brought to me at this stage.
In the time that I have held this position, I have always looked to see whether there are ways in which we can try to keep our offices open. When jobs were under threat in Armagh, Omagh and Ballymena, I sought to find ways in which we could keep those offices open and ways in which staff would be able to be as close to home as possible. On the four offices in Cookstown that were being...
DUP MLA for Lagan Valley
Entered the Assembly on 11 June 2010 — appointed
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