Natalie Don MSP is looking forward to ramping up her constituency service operation after securing an office in Renfrew town centre.

Natalie Don MSP outside constituency office October 2021

After making several enquiries about premises in locations across the Renfrewshire North and West constituency, the MSP has agreed to rent office space, previously used by estate agents, at 1A Paisley Road, Renfrew, PA4 8JH.

Natalie Don MSP said: “I am delighted to have secured a constituency office in Renfrew town centre. The office is in a great spot, highly visible, front facing and, importantly, accessible for people with disabilities.

“With the COVID-19 pandemic not yet over and the Scottish Government continuing to ask people to work from home whenever possible, I look forward to opening the office for constituency business as soon as practicable.

“In the meantime, my team and I will be using this time to make the office a safe environment for both my staff and constituents while COVID-19 remains a risk to public health.

“I am excited about having a presence at the heart of Renfrew, which will provide further opportunities for people to share their concerns face-to-face with me. I appreciate, however, the limitations on travel and the fact that some people from our villages may find it difficult to travel to the office by public transport.

“I assure constituents that I will always be accessible in our villages, and if anyone has any problems travelling to the office after it opens. please get in touch or feel free to arrange an appointment at one of my 12 local advice surgeries.”

Natalie Don MSP’s next surgeries take place at The Bridge, Bridge of Weir 10:30-11:15, Hunter House, Quarriers Village 11:30 – 12:15 or the Carrick Centre, Houston 12:30 – 13:15 on Friday 5 November; followed by Bargarran Community Centre, Erskine 10:30 – 11:15 and The Cherrie Centre, Renfrew 11:30 – 12:15 on Saturday 6 November.

Constituents can currently raise enquiries for Natalie Don MSP’s attention by emailing: or calling her office in the Scottish Parliament on telephone: 0131 348 5085.


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