Inverclyde MSP welcomes proposed delay to fire alarm regulations

MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde, Stuart McMillan, has welcomed the announcement that new legislation, which requires all homes in Scotland to have interlinked smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, will be delayed until February 2022. The Scottish Government recently confirmed that it will ask Parliament to approve a 12-month delay in the deadline to carry out this important […]

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McMillan encourages constituents to register white goods

Around three quarters of fires in Scottish homes arise from electricity – and last year, white goods such as fridges, freezers, washing machines and tumble dryers were responsible for a house fire in Scotland almost every day. That’s why Stuart McMillan MSP made a point of visiting a white-goods safety event in the Scottish Parliament, […]

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