Aileen Campbell

Scottish National Party MSP for Clydesdale

@ClydesdAileen

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  • Scottish Parliament: Local Authorities (Engagement with Community Councils) 26 Jun 2019

    Local authorities have statutory oversight of community councils under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 and are responsible for engaging with the community councils in their local areas. To support that work, the Scottish Government engages collaboratively with the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, the Improvement Service and community council liaison officers to support...
  • Scottish Parliament: Local Authorities (Engagement with Community Councils) 26 Jun 2019

    I am aware of some of the local issues in Strathkelvin and Bearsden, but I understand that East Dunbartonshire Council’s community planning team is working with its community councils to resolve some of those issues. I agree that community councils have a really important part to play in local democracy—they bridge the gap between local authorities and communities and help to make sure...
  • Scottish Parliament: Fife Council (Town Centre Regeneration) 26 Jun 2019

    The Scottish Government has regular discussions with Fife Council about what action it is taking to regenerate town centres across Fife. That has included its recent allocation of town centre fund investment of £4.3 million across towns in the authority area. We want our towns and town centres to be vibrant, creative, enterprising and accessible. It is essential that we support town centres...

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Scottish National Party MSP for Clydesdale

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2007 — Election

Also represented South of Scotland

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