Results 141–160 of 2472 for speaker:Mary Mulligan

Scottish Parliament: Housing (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 129 — Limitation on right to buy: new tenants (3 Nov 2010)

Mary Mulligan: Mr McLetchie repeated his standard speech on the right to buy. He is correct on one point: Labour members will not support his amendments 4 and 6. Anyone who considers the statistics on the demand for social housing will see that that demand is increasing. Despite the new homes that councils and housing associations have built, demand is still not being met. Indeed, thanks to the unreasonable...

Scottish Parliament: Housing (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 36A — Financial management or governance targets for registered social landlords (3 Nov 2010)

Mary Mulligan: I support my colleague Patricia Ferguson's amendments 45 and 46. The first reason to delete sections 36A and 36B is that it appears that they were inserted into the bill without adequate consultation. The bill already contains more than adequate powers for the regulator to take enforcement action and apply sanctions against an RSL that is performing badly. An RSL should be accountable to its...

Scottish Parliament: Carers and Young Carers Strategy (28 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: I welcome the opportunity to debate carers issues. I fully support the motion in the name of the Minister for Public Health and Sport, particularly the closing line, which acknowledges that young carers should be "supported to be children and young people first and foremost." I commend the two reports that were published in July 2010: "Caring Together" and "Getting it Right for Young Carers"....

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (27 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive what organisations have been invited to join the stakeholder group that it is forming to assess the impact of the UK Government’s proposed changes in housing benefit.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (27 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive what progress there has been in seeking investment in social rented housing from pension funds.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Energy Efficiency: Energy Efficiency (26 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps are being taken to ensure that the Energy Assistance Package addresses the needs of carers.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (25 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-35789 by Alex Neil on 30 August 2010, what the outcomes were of the seminars on the hub model for distribution of funding under the Housing Options programme.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (18 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive how many houses will be built under the National Housing Trust.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (18 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive how much capital will need to be raised by local authorities under the National Housing Trust.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (18 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average level of rent will be for homes built under the National Housing Trust.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (18 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive for how many years it will guarantee local authority funding under the National Housing Trust.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Benefits: Benefits (4 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive how much funding will be lost to local authorities as a result of the proposed reduction in housing benefit for people in temporary accommodation, broken down by local authority.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Benefits: Benefits (4 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has researched what impact the UK Government’s proposed changes in housing benefit and Local Housing Allowance will have on tenants.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Benefits: Benefits (4 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive how many tenants will face a reduction in Local Housing Allowance as a result of changes proposed by the UK Government.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Benefits: Benefits (4 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive how many tenants will face a reduction in housing benefit as a result of changes proposed by the UK Government.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Benefits: Benefits (4 Oct 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has commissioned research on the impact on the Scottish economy of the UK Government’s proposed changes in housing benefit and Local Housing Allowance.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — General Questions: Construction Industry (30 Sep 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to assist the construction industry. (S3O-11510)

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — General Questions: Construction Industry (30 Sep 2010)

Mary Mulligan: Representatives of many organisations, including Homes for Scotland and the Scottish Building Federation, have mentioned funding for infrastructure. I have raised the issue of an infrastructure fund with ministers on a number of occasions and received a positive response, but nothing has happened. What is the Scottish Government doing about establishing a fund to support infrastructure,...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (30 Sep 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive how many of the 8,092 units completed under the Affordable Housing Investment Programme in 2009-10 were for sale.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (30 Sep 2010)

Mary Mulligan: To ask the Scottish Executive how many houses sold under the Open Market Shared Equity Scheme in 2009 cost (a) less than £80,000, (b) between £80,000 and £120,000 and (c) over £120,000.


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