1st Report, 2011 (Session 4): Subordinate Legislation

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1st Report, 2011 (Session 4)

Subordinate Legislation

Remit and membership

Remit:

To consider and report on infrastructure, capital investment, transport, housing and other matters falling within the responsibility of the Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure and Capital Investment, apart from those covered by the remit of the Local Government and Regeneration Committee.

Membership:

Jackson Carlaw
Malcolm Chisholm
Neil Findlay
Jamie Hepburn (Deputy Convener)
Adam Ingram
Gordon MacDonald
Maureen Watt (Convener)

Committee Clerking Team:

Clerk to the Committee
Steve Farrell

Senior Assistant Clerk
Ruth McGill

Assistant Clerk
Lewis McNaughton

Committee Assistant
Lauren Spaven-Donn

Subordinate Legislation

The Committee reports to the Parliament as follows—

Background

1. At its meeting on 5 October 2011, the Committee considered two affirmative instruments related to construction contracts in Scotland: the Construction Contracts (Scotland) Exclusion Order 2011 (SSI 2011/draft); and the Scheme for Construction Contracts (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2011 (SSI 2011/draft).

2. The Committee heard evidence from—

Alex Neil MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure and Capital Investment, Jessie Laurie, Procurement Policy Manager, Colin Judge, Principle Construction Adviser, Scottish Procurement and Commercial Directorate, and Mark Richards, Solicitor, Scottish Government

3. Following the evidence session, Alex Neil MSP moved S4M-00910—

That the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee recommends that the Construction Contracts (Scotland) Exclusion Order 2011 (SSI 2011/draft) be approved.

4. The motion was agreed to.

5. Following the evidence session, Alex Neil MSP moved S4M-00913—

That the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee recommends that the Scheme for Construction Contracts (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2011 (SSI 2011/draft) be approved.

6. The motion was agreed to.

 

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