Conservative Councillors working hard for their constituents

I'm just back from another few days working hard for my local area. I have been out and about across Islay. I heard first hand about many local concerns such as road condition, poor mobile phone signal and slow broad band speed.

Put on the lights in Port Charlotte

Yesterday I was happy to meet my constituents in Bowmore and listen to their concerns about potholes, broadband disruptions, unfair mobile phone roaming charges and dog fouling. I then attended the latest Islay Community Council meeting later that evening.

More than crumbs for Kintyre & the Islands

I'm just back from a busy few days attending a Planning site visit on the (very windy and beautiful) Isle of Tiree and visiting my constituents across the Kintyre and Islands ward.

Small Schools important to local communities

I have had another productive day vising and hearing from my constituents in Tayinloan, Clachan, Muasdale and across West Kintyre while putting out my latest leaflet.

Road spending cut by 20% in seven years

More bad news for Scotland's infrastructure as road spending has been cut by 20 per cent over the past seven years.

Cosla’s recent Local Government Bench-marking Framework report stated that road maintenance funding had decreased from £691 million in 2010/11 to £554 million last year.

Snow and Ice won't stop Redman

I've been really busy the past week fighting hard for my constituents while attending numerous council meetings. As ever I have been making my views heard on the desperate need for infrastructure spending across Kintyre and the Islands along with the rest of Argyll and Bute.