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Parliamentary Debates and Questions

S5W-05824: Patrick Harvie (Glasgow)

Scottish Green Party

Date lodged: 20 December 2016

To ask the Scottish Government what information it has regarding what profits will be made by each company involved with the (a) Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie Tipperty, (b) Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service National Centre, (c) Royal Hospital for Sick Children/Department of Clinical Neurosciences, (d) Dumfries acute services redevelopment and (e) new Orkney hospital and healthcare facilities project, including from long-term (i) interest and (ii) fees.

Answered by: Derek Mackay 11 January 2017

As these projects were procured under the Non Profit Distributing model, there are no profits distributed to the private sector investors in the project companies that have been set up and which hold the contracts with the procuring authorities.

Information on interest and fees is included in the financial models which underpin the contracts This information, which was subject to competition during the procurement process, is subject to confidentiality provisions in the contracts for a time limited period of typically two years. Information on the profit levels of sub-contracting companies, such as the construction contractor, is not held.