FMQ’s – Jamie Greene asks about lack of response to Hunterston letters 21/12/17

Jamie Greene MSP has just asked the First Minister in FMQs, why he has not received responses from the Environment, Climate Change & Land Reform Cabinet Secretary Roseanna Cunningham MSP on two important letters relating to the Hunterston Site.

  • One letter was for a ‘Constructive proposal for economic regeneration’ of the site & promotion of ‘Green Energy.’
  • And the other concerned the issues around Testing of Offshore Wind Turbines at Hunterston.

More than a month later he has not received a response for either.

Kenneth Gibson MSP looked on with a consternated expression as Nicola Sturgeon MSP  joked that she hoped her ministers will not be clocking off early for Christmas. As the First Minister is not aware of the details in Jamies Greene’s letters, she cannot comment until checks the position with the ministers concerned. She will ensure that replies ‘wing their way’ to Jamie Greene and on his desk in the early part of the new year.

You can watch Jamie Greene asks his question at 24:52 seconds on the clip below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4kpoWtNBUg

 

2 thoughts on “FMQ’s – Jamie Greene asks about lack of response to Hunterston letters 21/12/17”

  1. I live at Fairlie end of Largs and experience the Amplitude Modulation (combination of very harmful Infrasound and very Low Frequency Noise), from these gargantuan, experimental OFFSHORE machines, never intended to be ‘on land’, let alone so close to people and their homes. They were designed to be many miles out at sea, where indeed, these ‘Sea Turbines’ should be. Nowhere else on the planet, are human beings being exposed to machines of this nature and power. Local residents have been experiencing very bad adverse health effects including heart palpitations, pressure in head and chest, cognitive impairment and dizziness to point of ‘near collapse’ and sleep deprivation. BIG ‘THANKS’ to Jamie Greene…!

    Linda Grainey.

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