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Dr. Graeme Douglas 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graeme DouglasCouncillor Graeme Douglas is one of the East Dunbartonshire Elected members for Ward 3 – Bearsden South. He is a member of the Scottish National Party.

Councillor Douglas sits on the:
Development & Infrastructure Committee & Sub-Committee
Education Committee & Sub-Committee
Education Appeals Board
Development & Environment Scrutiny Panel
East Dunbartonshire Planning Board


He represents the Council on the:
Scotland Excel (Purchasing Consortium)

 

Having worked in a business environment for several multi-national companies, he is now a director of an electronic recycling company which he founded, WEEE Solutions Limited, Unit 3, 69 Burnbrae Road, Linwood. PA3 3BD. He is also a Director of East Dunbartonshire Municipal Bank.

 

He is married with a young son and lives in Bearsden.

 

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