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Business Bulletin No. 133/2001

Wednesday 19 September 2001

Section E : Written questions lodged on 18 September 2001

  

S1W-18237 Tommy Sheridan: To ask the Scottish Executive how many homes in each local authority area qualify for central heating and insulation installation according to the criteria currently being used in its central heating programme.

S1W-18238 Tommy Sheridan: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-16343 by Jackie Baillie on 16 August 2001, on what date it expects to make an announcement regarding an extension of its central heating programme.

S1W-18239 Tommy Sheridan: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-15291 by Ms Margaret Curran on 17 May 2001, whether sufficient details of the Glasgow housing stock transfer are now available for the VAT implications to be assessed; if so, whether, in the event of a vote for stock transfer in the forthcoming ballot, the Glasgow Housing Association will have to pay VAT on its planned capital expenditure and, if so, how much VAT it expects the association will have to pay, in both real and cash terms, in the period over which this expenditure is planned.

S1W-18240 Mr Kenneth Macintosh: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will make available to local authorities additional financial support for further school Public/Private Partnership projects.

S1W-18241 Mr Duncan McNeil: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to encourage the growth of the community development finance sector.

S1W-18242 Mr Kenny MacAskill: To ask the Scottish Executive what funding was made available for the grass roots development of football in each year since 1999; what the amount was of each grant awarded for this purpose, and to whom each grant was awarded.

S1W-18243 Mr Kenny MacAskill: To ask the Scottish Executive how many senior executives have left Scottish Enterprise during the past 12 months; how much was paid to them in the form of (a) retirement, (b) redundancy and (c) other termination of contract settlements; whether any of them received more than their statutory financial entitlement at the point of termination of contract and, if so, what amounts were paid in each case.

S1W-18244 Colin Campbell: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average waiting time was for a tonsillectomy at (a) Vale of Leven Hospital and (b) Royal Alexandra Hospital in the period 1 January 2001 to 31 August 2001.

S1W-18245 Colin Campbell: To ask the Scottish Executive how many individuals were waiting to have a tonsillectomy at (a) Vale of Leven Hospital and (b) Royal Alexandra Hospital as at 31 August 2001.

S1W-18246 Des McNulty: To ask the Scottish Executive how it is addressing any recruitment difficulties arising from the image of the manufacturing industry.

 

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