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It is a privilege to represent the Glasgow Maryhill and Springburn constituency as your MSP. I stay in Maryhill with my wife Janet, and young son. Before I became an MSP, I was a secondary school teacher for 10 years.

Since first being elected as a Glasgow MSP in 2007 I have worked hard to deliver for local constituents. As your constituency MSP for Maryhill and Springburn I hope to build on that progress, help to protect the communities I know best from the worst ravages of UK austerity, and deliver to all people in Maryhill and Springburn

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Please call 0141 946 7700 for an appointment
Springburn, 11am to 1pm - Springburn Community Hub, Springburn Shopping Centre, G21 1TS


Bob's latest news

  • Free Book Scheme for our kids

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    By Bob Doris MSP

    Ambition To Extend Under 5’s Reading Programme Across Maryhill and Springburn

    I have been leading discussions with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library and local social housing providers to roll out an ambitious pre-5 book initiative across our constituency. The Imagination Library provide a quality, age appropriate book every month to children from birth to their 5th birthday.

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  • Victory In Fight For Ruchill School Buggy Path

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    By Bob Doris MSP

    Long overdue buggy path to be built at school in Ruchill.

    It was good to finally celebrate the news that the schools at Benview Campus in Ruchill Park will get a new buggy path at Panmure Street. Parents have been fighting for a buggy path since the new campus opened in 2013 to try and prevent many families having to bump prams and buggies up dozens of steps twice a day. The previous Council administration crazily failed to ensure access to the new campus was fully accessible and family friendly.

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  • Starting Scotand's Deposit Return Scheme

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    By Bob Doris MSP

    Ambitious scheme takes shape.

    I am pleased to see that legislation to establish Scotland’s Deposit Return Scheme has been brought forward for public comment.

    The new regulations will see the establishment of a scheme that will include aluminium and steel cans as well as drinks containers made of glass and PET plastic with a 20p deposit.

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  • £300,000 Of Scottish Government Cash To Possil

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    By Bob Doris MSP

    Improvments coming to Saracen Street

    I am delighted an example of excellent partnership work in Possil that I have been pleased to support has had a key funding boost. The partnership is between local businesses, community groups, NG Homes and the City Council. Partners have been developing a business improvement district, a funding mechanism from Scotland’s Towns Partnership who are funded by the Scottish Government. Everyone is keen to play their part in improving the local area and make it a more welcoming and attractive place to visit.

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