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Section I – Petitions

The following Petition was lodged with the Parliament on 29 November 2005

A full list of petitions can be viewed on the Scottish Parliament website at Petitions

(http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/business/committees/petitions/index.htm)

PE898 Petition by Mrs Lynne Simpson calling for the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Executive to review the provision of maternity services in rural communities to ensure that the quality and access to services are retained locally.

PE907 Petition by Fionn Stevenson, on behalf of Tayport Local Plan Action Group, calling for the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Executive to review the requirements for Local Authorities to demonstrate that they have fully, financially and transparently accounted for the need for inadequate existing local services to be upgraded prior to the development of new housing in their proposed Local Plans, according to the relevant Regulations and Statutory Instruments relating to the production of Local Plans under the Town and Country (Structure and Local Plans) (Scotland) Regulations 1983 and the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997.

PE908 Petition by Connie M Syme calling for the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Executive to ensure that traffic regulation orders are applied to all disabled parking bays to ensure that they are used by registered disabled users only.

PE909 Petition by James MacLeod, on behalf of Inverclyde Council on Disability Ltd., calling for the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Executive to review the Local Authorities’ Traffic Orders (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations to allow for speedier provision and enforcement of dropped kerbs and disabled parking bays to prevent their abuse, ensuring greater and easier access for disabled, elderly and other users.

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