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To ask the Scottish Government what role public consultation will play in the tendering process for the Clyde and Hebrides ferry services.


Answered by Derek Mackay (11/02/2015):

The Ferries Review involved extensive public engagement and consultation from the spring of 2009 through to the publication of the Ferries Plan in December 2012. The plan sets out the level and type of ferry services to 2022 which will be applied to the Clyde and Hebrides network.

Key stakeholder groups will continue to be engaged and consulted on the development of the specification for the Clyde and Hebrides ferry services contract.


Current Status: Answered by Derek Mackay on 11/02/2015
 
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