Results 21–40 of 161 for speaker:Campbell Martin

Scottish Parliament written answers — Local Government Finance: Local Government Finance (17 Nov 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what constitutes a common good asset and how such assets differ from property or land owned by a local authority.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (9 Nov 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-28407 by Tavish Scott on 6 October 2006, what the reasons are for the delay in the commencement date of the construction of an off-line improvement to the carriageway of the A737 at the Den, between Dalry and Beith; what the Executive’s source was for the earlier anticipated commencement date of June 2006, as referred to...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Renewable Energy: Renewable Energy (30 Oct 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive when ministers received an application for consent under section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 for the development of a wind farm at Corlick Hill, Greenock; what the reasons are for it not yet having reached a decision on the matter; when it expects to reach a decision, and whether, should further evidence on the subject be presented, it will support the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (6 Oct 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, since agreeing with North Ayrshire Council that part of the revenue support grant provided to the council should be used to fund an off-line improvement to the A737 trunk road at the Den, between Dalry and Beith, what contact or communication there has been between the Executive or its agencies and the local authority on this matter, including the date and...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (3 Oct 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what protection tenants have from being disadvantaged in terms of their right-to-buy in the event of a local authority issuing a notice of refusal to a sitting tenant in relation to the purchase of a house built by a local authority on land which is subsequently discovered to be outwith the ownership of the authority.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Charities: Charities (19 Sep 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it considers that treating liability insurance as remuneration in kind in respect of charity trustees will encourage or discourage individuals to take up such positions and whether it will consider introducing amending legislation to remove the interpretation of liability insurance as a benefit in kind to charity trustees.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Tattooing and Skin Piercing: Tattooing and Skin Piercing (13 Sep 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive when local authorities were first made aware of their responsibilities in respect of licensing piercing and tattooing activities under the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 (Licensing of Skin Piercing and Tattooing Activities) and by what means this information was communicated to the authorities.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Planning: Planning (4 Sep 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whom it has consulted in relation to proposals to develop a wind farm at Corlic Hill/Devol Moor, Greenock; what the timescale is for the relevant minister to announce a decision on these proposals; whether a ministerial decision has been delayed for any reason and, if so, why, and what the Executive’s position is regarding a minimum separation distance between...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (17 Aug 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive why the Minister for Transport has not responded to a letter, dated 20 April 2006, from the Dalry Business Club which raised concerns expressed by residents of Dalry with regard to the on-going A737 STAG study and when the Minister will provide a substantive response.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (2 Aug 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on the implications of the UK Government introducing the Local Housing Allowance (LHA) in Scotland and what provisions there are to ensure that registered social landlords receive rent for properties where LHA payments are made directly to tenants who may be involved in chaotic lifestyles and who could, if rent was not forwarded to a...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Planning: Planning (2 Aug 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive why regional parks have been omitted from the map of national and international natural heritage areas (Annex A) in Scottish Planning Policy SSP6: Renewable Energy: Consultation Draft and what its position is in respect of development within regional parks.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Nuclear Power: Nuclear Power (27 Jun 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has been made aware of any plans to carry out a feasibility study into the storage at the Hunterston nuclear site of low and intermediate-level waste produced at any other nuclear facility and what its position would be regarding any such plans.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Enterprise: Scottish Enterprise (6 Jun 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it considers that the policy that no financial support for starting up a business is provided through Scottish Enterprise’s Business Gateway to anyone over 30 could constitute discrimination on the basis of age.

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Steel Commission (18 May 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the First Minister whether the Scottish Executive's Cabinet has discussed the recommendations of the Steel commission report, "Moving to Federalism—A New Settlement for Scotland", and what the outcome was of any such discussions. (S2F-2309)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Steel Commission (18 May 2006)

Campbell Martin: Does the First Minister accept that the conclusions and recommendations of the Steel commission report indicate that even within the Executive parties there is a strong feeling that the powers of the Scottish Parliament are incomplete? Does he accept that in the Parliament and throughout Scotland there is strong support for an increase in the powers of the Parliament, up to and including...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Steel Commission (18 May 2006)

Campbell Martin: That was almost praise—I do not know whether I liked it. The First Minister knows that I no longer have any party political affiliation. I genuinely ask such questions because we need to learn from seven years of devolution and think about where we are and where we go from here. Does the First Minister agree that it will ultimately be for the people of Scotland to decide, through a Scottish...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Ministerial Meetings: Ministerial Meetings (4 May 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-23764 by Ross Finnie on 31 March 2006, whether it would expect the diaries of Ministers and Deputy Ministers to record the dates of meetings held by the ministers, with whom meetings were held and the purpose of each meeting.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Fisheries: Fisheries (31 Mar 2006)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive on how many occasions it has met (a) the Clyde Fishermen’s Association, (b) the Clyde and South West Static Gear Association, (c) the Galloway Static Gear Fishermen’s Association, (d) the Arran Sea Angling Association and (e) community groups representing marine environment matters; when the meetings took place, and what the (i) location, (ii) purpose and...

Scottish Parliament: North Ayrshire Council Public-Private Partnership Schools Project (1 Mar 2006)

Campbell Martin: How many of the pitches that the minister mentioned will be fenced off from the public and in how many will the public be charged for use?

Scottish Parliament: North Ayrshire Council Public-Private Partnership Schools Project (1 Mar 2006)

Campbell Martin: What I have said tonight can be founded and I can prove it.


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