John Scott

MSP, Ayr

Ayr Conservative

Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Food and Drink 13 Sep 2018

    I begin by declaring an interest as a food producer and farmer, and a pioneer of farmers markets. I, too, welcome the debate today and salute and congratulate Scotland Food and Drink on its amazing achievement in growing the sector. Who would have believed that, 11 years since its beginning, the partnership would be celebrating an industry that has a turnover of £14.4 billion per year?...
  • Scottish Parliament: Scottish Coastal Rubbish Aerial Photography Project 12 Sep 2018

    The minister will be aware of the many voluntary organisations such as the Friends of Troon Beaches and the Ayrshire rotary clubs that organise litter picking on beaches in my area and elsewhere in Scotland. What support can the Scottish Government give to such voluntary organisations, as well as local authorities, to address the problem?
  • Scottish Parliament: Ayr Station (Alternative Parking at Prestwick Airport) 6 Sep 2018

    The First Minister will be aware of the dangerous state of the Station hotel in Ayr, which is causing disruption to rail services across the west of Scotland. The most recent plans to mitigate the problem include bringing longer trains from Glasgow and stopping them at Prestwick Town station, where car parking space is very limited. In order to relieve congestion at Prestwick Town station on...

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Conservative MSP for Ayr

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 16 March 2000 — Byelection


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