The Scottish Conservatives did the analysis and then lashed out at the 'appalling betrayal' due to the “pitiful, snail-paced progress'.
Fergus Ewing dismayed how ‘the Deputy First Minister not answer the simple question’.
That price could drop to £320 million while while shipping waste outside the region is priced at £268 million over 25 years.
Time and again, we hear these hollow words from Westminster: “There’s no magic money tree”.
The shortlist of contractors for the A9 Dualling Tomatin to Moy project has been announced today by Minister for Transport Fiona Hyslop.
The delay was revealed when the Scottish Government responded to a move by Fergus Ewing calling for action on the A9.
He wants MSPs to secure guarantees but he asks: 'Will they at long last devote real money for the Highlands as opposed to the central belt?'
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The Scottish Conservatives claim the Scottish Government's “abject failure” to dual the A9 is laid bare by “astonishing” new figures.
John Lamont heard first hand how the the three Levelling Up Programme will make a difference to the local area.
The developers say half the homes will be affordable and some will be up for rent to meet skyrocketing local housing demand.
She says 'if there are not enough jobs, not enough houses, unreliable transport and public services in these communities, people will not stay.'