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Sighthill

By Bob Doris MSP

This week I visited Sighthill with Councillor Allan Casey. We were joined by DRS Project Management & Design as well as representatives of Morgan Sindall, Glasgow City Council’s infrastructure Contractor.

It was good to see the progress in Sighthill. This development will see a huge number of new homes coming to the constituency, as well as a brand new school campus. The transformation is part of a £250m masterplan in partnership with the Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council and GHA.

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Climate Change

By Bob Doris MSP

I have been contacted my a number of constituents regarding the Climate Change Bill, which I supported. I would like to give a bit more background, and my thoughts on this very important issue.

Following the Stage 3 process in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 25th of September, I am pleased to say that MSPs have voted and the bill will now become law. 

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Committee 19092019

By Bob Doris MSP

At the Social Security Committee in the Scottish Parliament, which I chair, I was please to offer my support for the Young Carers Grant. This £300 grant will make a real and focused difference to the lives of Young Carers, and it will lauch soon.

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Bob Parliament

By Bob Doris MSP

I was able to speak in the member’s debate on Social Security Scotland’s first anniversary on 19 September 2019. You can read my full contribution below.

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Dolly Parton Books RZ800

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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BuggyPath1

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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