Jamie Greene MSP

Jamie was elected as MSP for the West Scotland region in the Scottish Parliament Elections in 2016.  He stood for the Cunninghame North seat, where he overtook Labour into 2nd position, increasing vote share by 10.9%. He is no stranger to North Ayrshire; he was our candidate in 2015 in the Westminster General Election for the North Ayrshire and Arran seat and is well known to the area. Jamie is originally from Greenock where his family still reside and he has lived all over the UK in his capacity as a TV producer and subsequently as a commercial director for a media business. 

His hobbies and interests include his garden, golf, sailing, travel and the odd wine tasting!  

You can find out more about Jamie by visiting his website http://www.jamiegreene.uk/


Jamie Greene MSP Joins Rally on Millport Pier

On Saturday, local MSP Jamie Greene attended a “sit-down” protest on Millport Pier on the Island of Cumbrae with other elected officials and members of the public to protest North Ayrshire Council’s plan to demolish Millport Pier.

Jamie Greene MSP Urges Local Engagement with Islands Bill

Jamie Greene MSP, Scottish Conservative Member for the West of Scotland, has called on North Ayrshire’s island communities to get in touch with him and the Holyrood Rural Economy Committee with their views on the pending Islands Bill, proposed by Islands Minister Humza Yousaf.

Local MSP Visits Greenock Care Home

Local MSP visited Meallmore Kincaid Care Home in Greenock last week.

Kincaid House was completed in 2009 and provides expert nursing care for up to 90 older people.