SNP Government’s massive investment in infrastructure developments in 2017


The Scottish Government has committed £6.4 billion for a number of big projects such as Orkney’s new hospital, the A737 Dalry Bypass and Forth Valley College’s Falkirk Campus.

We’ve already seen major projects near completion for this year including the M8 M73 M74 improvements and the frankly awesome Queensferry Crossing. The benefits from these will be huge in the years to come in terms of the economy and our personal convenience as travellers.

Meanwhile we hear the £100 million HS2 high-speed rail link in England might be cancelled in fear of Brexit costs. Let’s hope so because otherwise Scottish taxpayers would be contributing to something else they would not benefit from.


7 thoughts on “SNP Government’s massive investment in infrastructure developments in 2017

  1. John April 27, 2017 / 3:14 pm

    Another feel good moment !


    • Clydebuilt April 28, 2017 / 6:25 am

      Excellent post, John. As I was reading this in the background The BBC’s radio station in Scotland has a special report , they’ve been digging around for bad news relating to Scotland this time it’s problems with Police body-cams in a North East trial. There’s council elections, a GE, Le Penn, Boris Johnson &Syria. But the shower at Pacific Quay lead with problems with police body cams. You find several positive articles daily, this lot struggle to dig up negative articles. Go figure!
      Noticed yesterday when radio Scotland were covering the suspicious deliveries to John Nicholson and SNP they avoided saying who or what the packages were delivered to.


    • John April 28, 2017 / 10:53 am

      If it can work for me , surely it’s got to have SOME endorphins kicking in for you John : )


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