§ Mr. McMaster
To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland, pursuant to his answer of 9 June 1992,Official Report, column 133, when he plans to announce the appointments made to vacancies which will arise on Argyll and Clyde health board on 31 March; what consultations he is undertaking or has undertaken prior to his decisions; what plans he has to consult hon. Members representing constituencies within the health board area; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Stewart
My right hon. Friend expects to announce shortly appointments to fill vacancies arising in Argyll and Clyde health board. The consultation required by the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978 has been carried out and the views of the health board chairman have been taken. There are no plans to consult hon. Members representing constituencies within the health board area; it is open to hon. Members, as some indeed have done, to suggest names for possible appointment to health boards.
Name Occupation Salary Estimated Time Commitment Sir James Mellon KCMG (Chairman) Former Diplomat £35,330 3 days per week John Richards CBE, PPRIAS (Deputy Chairman) Architect with John Richards Associates £16,055 1½ days per week Norman Lessels CA Partner in Chiene and Tait, also non-executive Chairman of Standard Life Assurance Company £6,140 ½ day per week Mrs. Frances McCall MBE Chairperson of the Confederation of Scottish Housing Co-operatives £6,140 ½ day per week Professor Duncan MacLennan Director of the Centre for Housing Research at Glasgow University £6,140 ½ day per week Tom Begg JP, BA, OBE Lecturer in Economics at Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh £6,140 ½ day per week Mrs. Heather Sheerin OBE Co-Director of family-owned retail carpet business £6,140 ½ day per week Mrs. Daphne Sleigh Freelance Market Researcher £6,140 ½ day per week Cameron Parker Non-executive Vice-Chairman of Lithgows Ltd £6,140 ½ day per week
In addition the chief executive, Peter McKinlay, is an ex-officio member of the board. His salary is linked to civil service grade 2.