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We are all acutely aware of the problems that are faced by many communities that are at risk from flooding. A flood strategy group comprising representatives from Inverclyde Council, Scottish Water and Transport Scotland operates in Inverclyde to manage and reduce the risk of flooding. The Scottish Government provides £42 million per year to local authorities to fulfil their flood risk...
I completely understand the member’s concern and frustration at the on-going situation. We share the desire to see effective and co-ordinated action to minimise the impact of surface water flooding on Stuart McMillan’s constituents and everyone who uses the local trunk road network. Responsi bility for surface water resulting from severe rainfall sits with Inverclyde Council; Scottish...
First, I want to make our position absolutely clear: littering is unlawful and unacceptable. To help combat recent issues, we have, with partners Zero Waste Scotland and Keep Scotland Beautiful, developed an anti-littering campaign that includes bespoke materials for 21 local authorities, including Highland Council. We continue collective efforts to encourage everyone to respect their...
Scottish National Party MSP for Angus North and Mearns
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 7 May 2016 — Election
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