Scottish Parliament Written answers

Tuesday, 4 March 2003

  • Access for Disabled People

    To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to encourage the development of physically accessible public transport.

  • Climate Change

    To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to further reduce climate change gases to meet the EU’s overall Kyoto target of 8% below 1990 levels.

  • Food

    To ask the Scottish Executive what evidence there is that consumers of vitamin and mineral supplements are currently inadequately protected by food safety legislation.

  • Food

    To ask the Scottish Executive what concerns it has with regard to the EC directive on food supplements, given the impact on availability and choice for consumers and on the trading environment...

  • General Practitioners

    To ask the Scottish Executive how the proposed overhaul of GP services will impact on patient care in rural areas.

  • Hepatitis

    To ask the Scottish Executive how many people have been (a) diagnosed with and (b) estimated to have hepatitis C in each of the last five years, showing any percentage increase or decrease in...

  • Housing

    To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-33579 by Ms Margaret Curran on 6 February 2003, how many empty local authority houses have been brought back into use under...

  • Housing

    To ask the Scottish Executive how much has been invested in local authority housing stock in the (a) Argyll and Bute and (b) West Dunbartonshire council area in each year since 1999.

  • Housing

    To ask the Scottish Executive how much has been invested by Communities Scotland and its predecessor in housing association stock in the (a) Argyll and Bute Council area, (b) West Dunbartonshire...

  • Housing

    To ask the Scottish Executive what each local authority's housing rent levels have been in each year since 1997, showing any year on year percentage increases and the overall increase between...

  • Non-Departmental Public Bodies

    To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-2506 by Mr Jack McConnell on 11 November 1999, how much of the Scottish block is administered by non-departmental public...

  • Regeneration

    To ask the Scottish Executive how much has been available for grants for urban renewal in (a) 2001-02 and (b) 2002-03.

  • Scottish Executive Publications

    To ask the Scottish Executive what the costs were of printing, publishing and distributing Nurturing Wealth Creation: A Report by the Scottish Manufacturing Steering Group .

  • Social Inclusion

    To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-27964 by Hugh Henry on 5 September 2002, whether each local authority listed has now (a) set up registers of interest for...

  • Social Inclusion

    To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-27648 by Hugh Henry on 22 August 2002, whether the review by Communities Scotland of financial procedures and practices in...

  • Social Inclusion

    To ask the Scottish Executive what the administration costs for Social Inclusion Partnerships in Glasgow were in (a) 2001-02 and (b) 2002-03.

  • Sport

    To ask the Scottish Executive how much has been spent on sports facilities and activities for students (a) with and (b) without disabilities in higher and further education institutions in each...

  • Voluntary Sector

    To ask the Scottish Executive whether it plans to help any voluntary organisations, such as Glasgow and West of Scotland Society for the Blind, that have experienced a reduction in income from...

  • Waste Management

    To ask the Scottish Executive what will be funded by the (a) £6.0, (b) £8.3 and (c) £6.8 million for related waste initiatives announced in its spending proposals for 2003-06, with...

  • Parliamentary Expenditure

    To ask the Presiding Officer how much has been spent on providing free food and refreshments to MSPs and parliamentary staff in each of the last four years.

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