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Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 2019 [draft]

That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 2019 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Michael Matheson


ScotRail Break Clause

As an amendment to motion S5M-14720 in the name of Colin Smyth (ScotRail Break Clause), leave out from “believes” to end and insert “notes that the punctuality and reliability of ScotRail’s services continue to be below the Scottish Government contractual performance targets; recognises that both responsible parties for the effective operation of Scotland’s rail network, Network Rail and ScotRail, are delivering as their combined priority the implementation of a suite of system-wide actions as recommended in the review by Nick Donovan; further recognises that the Scottish Government has secured the right for a public sector body to bid to run Scotland’s rail services, but also notes that the majority of rail performance problems in Scotland are the direct responsibility of Network Rail, and calls on the UK Government to take the opportunity in its Rail Review to devolve authority for rail infrastructure to Scotland, so that responsibility for this rests with the Scottish Parliament."      

Supported by: Michael Matheson


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 14/11/2018
Concern Over the State of Scotland's Ferry Services

As an amendment to motion S5M-14520 in the name of Jamie Greene (Concern Over the State of Scotland's Ferry Services), leave out from "raises" to end and insert "notes the concerns regarding the provision of Scotland’s lifeline ferry services to island and rural communities and acknowledges the frustration to customers in the event of service failures; further acknowledges the significant actions that have been taken to address those concerns to support the continued socioeconomic development of Scotland’s remote and island communities; recognises the commendable work of ferry operators’ crew and staff in maintaining high levels of performance; notes the ongoing review of investment plans and priorities, including the development of an action plan to further address resilience issues on the Clyde and Hebrides network; recognises the continued significant levels of investment in upgraded infrastructure; acknowledges the commitment to an inclusive approach to vessel design and procurement, which includes communities, public sector partners and trade unions, and acknowledges the positive contribution that ferries procurement is making to Scotland’s ambitious strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions generated by its ferry operations."


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 31/10/2018
Renewables Obligation (Scotland) Amendment Order 2018 [draft]

That the Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee recommends that the Renewables Obligation (Scotland) Amendment Order 2018 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Michael Matheson


Current Status: Fallen on 28/11/2018
 
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