March 23, 2011
Roll up! Roll up! Election Hustings
With the Scottish Parliament elections just six weeks away, all the parties are setting out their stalls. Which party is most committed to the genuine empowerment of local people? Who has the strongest commitment to deliver the climate change targets? Who would release land or community growing? Who will support the role of community based housing associations? All these questions and more can be put to leading politicians of all main parties at our special election hustings on 7th Ap
Election Hustings – Housing, Regeneration and Community Empowerment
Glasgow, 7 April 2011
Sponsored by :
Scottish Community Alliance,
Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations,
Chartered Institute of Housing,
Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
What kind of policies do you want the next Scottish Government to put into action on community empowerment, on local regeneration and on housing?
The Scottish Parliament elections take place on 5 May. This “Question Time” meeting is the ideal chance to put some straight questions to five of Scotland’s political parties.
We have a great panel lined up:
Robert Brown, Scottish Liberal Democrats
Patrick Harvie, Scottish Greens
Johann Lamont, Scottish Labour
Alex Neil, Scottish National Party
Martin MacIntytre, Scottish Conservatives
In the chair will be Stephen Naysmith, of The Herald newspaper.
When and Where?
Thursday 7 April 2011, 7pm to 8.30pm at the Reidvale Neighbourhood Centre, 13 Whitevale Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow G31 1QW. Refreshments available from 6.30pm.
You can get directions to the Centre at
The hustings meeting is open to all. The meeting is not ticketed, so come early to get a good seat!
This is a great chance to put the politicians on the spot – don’t miss it!