BUSINESS BULLETIN 25/1999
Friday 25 June 1999Section F Motions and amendments
The full text of all outstanding motions and amendments will appear in the Business Bulletin every Monday.
Items marked with an asterisk* are new or have been altered. Asterisks in the text show the extent of alterations made.
Motions which members wish to be considered for members business in the Parliament are marked with a hash symbol #.
*S1M-75 Robert Brown: Glasgow New Housing Partnership- That the Parliament welcomes the Scottish Executives support for the New Housing Partnership and the potential for major improvement of the condition of Glasgows housing stock, but notes with concern the centralised nature of Glasgow City Councils proposals, the criticisms in the Minority Report of the Joint Working Group regarding the organisational, funding, management and tenant security implications of the present plans, and the growing opposition by housing associations, tenant groups and tenants to the proposals, and accordingly agrees to refer the matter for urgent and detailed examination by the Audit Committee and the Social Inclusion, Housing and Voluntary Sector Committee of the Parliament.
*S1M-74 Mr Murray Tosh: Amendment of Members Allowances Scheme- That the Parliament calls upon the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body to recommend to the Parliament amendments to the Members Allowance Scheme to ensure that no member may recover at the taxpayers expense any motorway or other road or parking charge levied, directly or indirectly, under the terms of the Transport Bill intimated by the First Minister in his statement on the Scottish Executives legislative programme.
Supported by: John Young, Miss Annabel Goldie, Bill Aitken, Mr Keith Harding, Alex Fergusson
*S1M-73 Mr Mike Rumbles: Publication of Register of Interests- That the Parliament agrees that on or after 2 July 1999 the register of interests of Members of the Parliament be printed in a loose-leaf folder to be kept at the office of the Clerk of the Parliament and published on the Parliaments website.
S1M-70 Upgrading of A77 (lodged on 22 June 1999) David Mundell*
S1M-69 Location of Food Standards Agency (lodged on 22 June 1999) Nora Radcliffe*
S1M-66 Impact of tolls on tourism (lodged on 22 June 1999) Mr Keith Harding*
S1M-58 Fish Processing Industry (lodged on 18 June 1999) Richard Lochhead*