Notice Board

Date of Posting: 03 Feb, 2024

Road closure Stanryknowe Brae, Cuminestown 08 February 2024


Please be advised that Stanryknowe Brae, Cuminestown, between High Street and Meadow Road will be closed for 2 days from 08 February 2024 to allow safe working for telecoms work by WHP Telecoms. Diversion via B9027 (Turriff), B9170 (Ellon), High Street and vice versa. Link to online map below.

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1DVNqUCM5NuMjQMecfw3doB_7YdKORR8&usp=sharing

 

Date of Posting: 03 Feb, 2024

Huntly Remakery


The Huntly Remakery is a new project, looking to reuse, recycle and reimagine to reduce waste. We are keen to link with other organisations and are developing new projects, including recycling textiles and sewing and repairing clothes. We are looking at other ideas that fit in with our aims too.

 

We have a Clothes Swap (see attached poster) 6 times a year which has proved very popular, with a great choice of clothes now built up in our storage as well. We are happy to help any other town or organisation if you want to set up something similar.

 

If you have projects which may fit in with this, or would like to talk to us about what we are doing, please contact us by e-mail or look here: Facebook. Please put the word out among your networks and you are all welcome to pop in to our next Clothes Swap, Saturday 3rd February in Square Deal during the Huntly Farmers' Market, and have a chat with us.

 

Date of Posting: 03 Feb, 2024

SSEN Transmission - Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) - Greens 400kV Substation (formally referred to as New Deer 2)


Please find below the Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) with accompanying covering letter and plan outlining a proposed development site that has been submitted to Aberdeenshire Council.

 

The PAN relates to a proposed development that would entail the Construction of a 400kV AC Substation and the Associated Undertaking of Earthworks, Formation of Platform, Landscaping, Means of Access, Means of Enclosure, Site Drainage, Temporary Construction Compounds and Other Associated Operations (National Development) at Land at Mains of Greens, Cuminestown, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, AB53 5YQ.

 

Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission Plc operating and known as Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission (SSEN Transmission), is proposing the development, as described above, within the area shown on the accompanying location plan. Please note that the PAN red line represents a maximum extent of the land that is anticipated to be potentially included in the application site.  This area may be reduced or rationalised as the development proposal becomes finalised.

 

The PAN outlines the statutory pre-application consultation with the public and other interested stakeholders that is required to be undertaken under the current provisions of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 (as amended), and you have been notified as you are either a community or elected representative of the area within which the strategic development is proposed to take place; or you are a community or elected representative of the most relevant area neighbouring the area within which the strategic development is proposed to take place.

 

As part of the pre-application process, consultation events will be held as set out below:

 

Pre-Application Consultation Event Timetable

 

Date  Location Time Pre-Application Consultation Event 1

Cuminestown 27 February 2024 Cuminestown Community Hall, Cuminestown, AB53 5YJ  1400 and 1900

New Deer 29 February 2024 New Deer Public Hall, Fordyce Terrace, New Deer, AB53 6WE 1400 and 1900


Pre-Application Consultation Event 2

Cuminestown  21 May 2024 Cuminestown Community Hall, Cuminestown, AB53 5YJ 1400 and 1900

New Deer  23 May 2024 New Deer Public Hall, Fordyce Terrace, New Deer, AB53 6WE   1400 and 1900

 

 

The events will provide detail of the proposed development and allow feedback from members of the public and other interested parties before submission of a planning application.

 

The events will be advertised in local press before the consultations take place and via our website https://www.ssen-transmission.co.uk/greens


 

Date of Posting: 03 Feb, 2024

STP Funding finder for January


 

Date of Posting: 03 Feb, 2024

Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership Budget Consultation


Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership are looking at making savings this year, so are running a consultation with the community on adjustments to their budget. Please make sure to fill out their suvey -which you can find here:

Budget Engagement - Health and Social Care Partnership | Engage Aberdeenshire



 

Date of Posting: 28 January, 2024

January to March Roadworks on North East Trunk Road Networks


Please see the pdf below for a route snapshot for the months of Jan to March highlighting schemes that are planned to take place across the north east trunk road network. Additional information on each scheme can be found on the website: https://netrunkroads.scot/


 

Date of Posting: 28 January, 2024

Inspiring Aberdeenshire 2024



Please see below the live link to nominate people or groups for an Inspiring Aberdeenshire 2024 award.

 

As in previous years, this is designed to recognise people in our communities, or indeed groups, who make a difference and who are often not recognised in other places.

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Categories:

 

Heart of Aberdeenshire caring award
Awarded to a person who has had a significant positive impact on the life(s) of a vulnerable person(s). Nominees will care for others, either through the course of their employment, for a family member or as a volunteer carer.

 

Inspirational Volunteer award
Awarded to an individual or group who have gone the extra mile by volunteering for a local initiative that makes a difference to the lives of others or communities.

Local Hero courage award Awarded to an individual who in the face of adversity has shown courage, bravery, and dedication to helping to overcome a difficult situation.

 

Beautiful Aberdeenshire environmental award
Awarded to an individual or group who is working hard to help nurture and enhance our area’s natural beauty through environmental initiatives.

 

Community Spirit award
Awarded to an individual or group who have supported a cause or project which helps to foster a spirited, embracing, and vibrant local community.

 

Cultural award
Awarded to an individual or community group who has made an excellent contribution to the promotion of local culture in Aberdeenshire.

 

Aberdeenshire’s Future award
Awarded to a young individual (under 25) who has shown great leadership and helped to inspire and motivate others in support of a local cause.

 

Lifetime achievement award
This award will be presented to an individual who over the course of a number of years has made an outstanding contribution to a local cause, project or initiative, and is a true inspiration to others across Aberdeenshire.

 

To nominate, visit https://engage.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/inspiring-aberdeenshire-2024 Nominations will stay open until the end of February, please share this as far and wide as you can with your local residents, community groups and partners.

 

Date of Posting: 28 January, 2024

Aberdeenshire Local Development Plan Evidence Report Topic Papers


Please see a note from the Council about their work on the LDP:


As part of the production of the Aberdeenshire Local Development Plan, we are required to compile and publish an Evidence Report of the key information that we should be considering to inform that Plan.

National Planning Framework 4 and the Local Development Plan Guidance provides us with a general framework for the issues that the Local Development Plan should contain and the types of information that it should consider.

 

We are also required to ensure that we engage with people on the compilation of the Evidence Report.

 

In response to these instructions, Aberdeenshire Council is producing themed “topic papers” on each of the subjects we are required to consider. We are publishing these to make sure that we have identified and examined the right information, and that our conclusions on what that information might mean for the content of the Local Development Plan is appropriate.

This is your chance to get involved in this process and tell us what information we should be considering. It is also an opportunity for you to consider what the implications for the overall strategy of the Local Development Plan might be, whether you agree with our conclusions on this, and the criteria we should be using to influence that decision.

 

Overall, we anticipate that we will be publishing approximately 30 topic papers during this process. If you have no interest in being involved in this process, then please e-mail me at LDP@Aberdeenshire.gov.uk and we will remove you from our mailing list.

 

A formal part of what we have to do is that we must submit our Evidence Report to the Directorate of Planning and Environmental Appeals for assessment. This assessment will look at those matters where people such as yourselves “dispute” the evidence that we have collected and will examine whether there are additional data sets that should be included in the process.  We would like to think that we are comprehensive in our collection and assessment of evidence, only considering information that is appropriate to the Local Development Plan and that is sufficient in its scope to add value to the process.  However, a consultation is now open through our EngageAberdeenshire LDPHub on the topics below where we would welcome your views on this matter.

 

The consultation period for each topic paper is for six weeks.  After that, we will review the comments made and consider any actions that we may need to take to improve our data and its interpretation.  In those cases where we cannot agree with views presented, we will record disputes for transfer to the Evidence Report Gate Check assessment. We will publish a report of the views submitted and our response after the close of each survey, again on the Engage Aberdeenshire LDP hub.

 

It may be that you have no interest in the topics that we discuss, and that is perfectly OK. On the Engage Aberdeenshire LDP hub we present a brief summary of the issues that are raised by our analysis, as well as access to the full topic paper.  Here you will be able to read these to see if the matters considered are relevant to your interests. The scope of all the topic papers that we will be producing has been published in our Development Plan Scheme

 

We have just published surveys on the following topic papers:

  1. Biodiversity and the Nature Crisis
  2. Natural Places
  3. Forests and woodlands

And are looking for responses from you, your organisation, or those you represent, by 15 March 2024.

 

Date of Posting: 28 January, 2024

Aberdeenshire Transport Strategy Survey

Have your say on Aberdeenshire's Trasport Strategy. Closes 11th Feb. 


 

Date of Posting: 27 January, 2024

Monquhitter Matters!

10th Feb Free Event for the Community


Drop by all day for our Open Doors event celebrating and exploring Monquhitter. We'll be at Cuminestown Church Hall (Main Street) between 10 am and 4pm on the 10th of Feb.


  • Have a chat with representatives of our different clubs and volunteer organisations to see how you can join, or help out
  • Meet your community councillors and give us feedback on big issues - like the Local Development Plan, Community Resilience, Public Transport and how we should respond to the proposals coming in from SSEN.
  • Peruse advertisements or chat with local business owners about their services and products.
  • Get the official information and speak with representatives from Aberdeenshire Council, the University of Aberdeen, Home Energy Scotland, Scottish Enterprise and many more.
  • Have a coffee/tea and just use the hall as a warm place to come find out the village gossip.


If you are part of a community group that haven't yet made arrangements, we can still squeeze you in.


If you have a local business which serves the area and would like to advertise (free-ish), we're waiting to hear from you.  


Email Katie: kvincent@frmcc.org.uk for details.

 

Date of Posting: 26 November, 2023

Scams Bulletin 79


Please see below the most recent Scams Bulletin released by Aberdeenshire Council



 

Date of Posting: 19 November, 2023 

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting:19 November, 2023

Road Closure C46S Rothienorman 22 November 2023


Please be advised that C46S between Blackford Avenue and Middleton of Blackford for 1 month commencing 22 November 2023 to allow duct works to be carried out on behalf of Openreach. A signed diversion will be available via B992 (Auchterless), B9001 (Rothienorman) and vice versa. Link to online map below.

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1y9m8AA9uB6ddj0OvwbR7AtNFiEVlAWI&usp=sharing

 

 


 

Date of Posting:19 November, 2023

Funding for Biodiversity/Planting/Recycling


Grants for the Planting and Care of Trees, Hedges & Orchards (UK) Deadline 3rd December 2023

Through the Fund, schools, community groups, parish and town councils, and tree warden networks within the UK will be able to apply for grants of between £250 and £2,500 to get communities and young people up to the age of 21 involved in planting and caring for trees, hedges and orchards.

 

Grants for Community Recycling, Biodiversity & Public Amenity Projects (Scotland) Deadline 6th December 2023

Not-for-profit organisations such as registered charities, community councils, community groups and local authorities can apply for grants of between £2,000 and £40,000 to fund community recycling and biodiversity projects as well as improvements to public amenities, parks and historic buildings.

 

 

Date of Posting:19 November, 2023

Local Development Plan Evidence Report - Topic Papers  - Climate Crisis and Digital Communications


As part of their work updating the next round of the Local Development Plan, Aberdeenshire Council are doing a series of papers on evidence around different key areas of planning needs called Topic Papers. These topic papers are constructed from expert evidence. 


However, to make sure that they include local expertise, each of these Topic Papers are made public on their consultation website with surveys to make sure residents and interested groups agree with the conclusions that are made.  If either of the current Topic Papers are of interest to you, please follow this link to see the paper and give your feedback:


https://engage.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/hub-page/local-development-plan-2027

 

 

Date of Posting:17 November, 2023

FRMCC General Meeting November 21st 



 

 

Date of Posting:04 November, 2023

Turriff Rural A2B dial-a-bus: Monday + Wednesday Fixed Timetable Review


Please see update from Aberdeenshire Council below:



In March 2023 we introduced a non-bookable service on Mondays and Wednesdays, operating a fixed timetable route between New Byth / Garmond / Cuminestown and Turriff.  We have taken the opportunity to review this service based on usage since the timetable was introduced and we would like your views on a proposal to amend the timetable.

 

I have listed the current timetable and the proposed new timetable on Page 2 of this letter.  The main proposed changes are summarised below:

 

  • Extend the service route to provide transport for Fintry and Crudie.
  • Retime the 11:20 hours return journey from Turriff High Street to 11:30 hours.
  • The bus shelter on High Street at the Museum to be used as the main drop off and pick up bus stop in Turriff.
  • The 11:50 hours journey from New Byth to be withdrawn from the timetable due to little usage.
  • The 13:05 hours and 14:05 hours departures from Turriff High Street to be combined into one journey leaving at 13:35 hours.

 

We are keen to hear the views of existing customers and residents about these suggestions. If we receive positive responses, we would like to implement timetable changes on Monday 4th December.

 

If you wish to provide feedback on the proposed new Monday and Wednesday timetable please either phone or email A2B dial-a-bus, using the following contact details, by Friday 17th November.

 

Telephone: 01467 535 333 (Option 3)

Email: a2bdialabus@aberdeenshire.gov.uk

 

 

Date of Posting:11 November, 2023

Scams Bulletin No 78


 Please see below the latest Scams Bulletin from Aberdeenshire Council's Trading Standards department

Date of Posting:11 November, 2023

Digital Engagement Newsletter


Please see below the Aberdeen City Region Digital Engagement Newsletter for November 2023



 

Date of Posting:11 November, 2023

Upcoming Formartine and Buchan Way Improvement Works


A programme of improvements to the Formartine and Buchan Way is due to begin before the
end of this year.


Once completed, the works - which form a major realignment of the existing National Cycle
Network (NCN) - will enable even more people to walk, wheel and cycle, along with
equestrian use, from Newmachar to Auchnagatt and beyond.


Please see the press release below for more information about the project and how you can give feedback.



 

Date of Posting:04 November, 2023

Aberdeenshire Council Budget Engagement 


People who live in Aberdeenshire are being asked to tell the council which services matter most to them.  

 

The authority has launched a budget engagement survey. This year the focus is on which council-delivered services matter most.

 

People who take part in the survey will be asked just a few questions and will be asked to rank a list of council services based on what matters most to them now. They will then be asked to do that same process but thinking what might matter in future.

 

They will also, among the short number of questions, be asked which services they might like to be more involved with and have a greater say on.  

 

The results of the survey will be shared with councillors as they prepare budgets for 2024/25.  

 

 

The survey will be live until 17 November 2023, with the views of a range of groups and individuals across Aberdeenshire being sought. There are opportunities to complete it online via the link below, or in person by asking staff in one of our libraries to print off a paper copy of the form.  

  

The position is one of a growing population, rising inflation and cost of living crisis which all impact the council’s ability to balance the budget. There are difficult choices to make and the views of people on their priorities is what matters.  

 

Council Leader Cllr Gillian Owen said: “We are listening. In this financial year we have a budget of £711million, which is a big number, but in reality we need more than that to keep delivering services to around 262,000 people every day. Our population is growing and ageing, which means services cost us more. We are impacted by rising inflation and the cost of living crisis with more people requiring our help, and our costs are growing.

 

“The world is changing around us and, as a modern council, we must change too. Our services are valued by residents and we will continue to support our communities in the best way possible. But change is inevitable. Our focus is on changing the way we deliver services, so we can continue to maintain the high standards you expect of us.” 

 

Deputy Leader Cllr Anne Stirling added: “The more people who tell us what matters in their community, the more we can reliably base our budget for next year on the things that are really important to residents. This real data will help us confidently work towards the things that make a difference. I am also looking forward to hearing suggestions about ways in which we can work together with communities, be that through participatory budgeting or other mechanisms, so that communities and the council can develop a sustainable partnership.”  

 

The engagement link is here https://engage.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/budget-consultation-2024

 

Date of Posting:04 November, 2023

Place Based Investment Programme 2024/25 - Call for Expressions of Interest

Expressions of Interest to the 2024/25 Scottish Government Place Based Investment Programme (PBIP) are now being invited.

 

Please find below an Expression of Interest template as well as the guidance.  The deadline for submitting an EoI for consideration is Friday 1st December 2023.  The form itself is very straightforward and there is additional programme information at the back of the form and below.  Projects that sufficiently meet the core scheme requirements will be invited to complete a full application form in the new year. Capital projects should be reasonably well developed and capable of delivering within the timescales outlined in the guidance.

 

Projects must be able to demonstrate a positive transformational impact in the project location, support the ‘Place Principle’ can evidence local strategic fit and strong local support, and

will contribute to several the following core programme themes: 

 

  1. Local resilience and adaptation;
  2. Living well locally / 20-minute neighbourhoods;
  3. Inclusive growth, tackling inequality and creating opportunity for all;
  4. Regeneration and equitable outcomes;
  5. Address weaknesses and enhance the vitality of town centres;
  6. Community Wealth Building;
  7. Net zero / climate emergency;
  8. Collaborative working and community involvement;
  9. Contribution to national Place and Wellbeing Outcomes.

 

The main eligibility criteria for the Place Based Investment Programme are summarised below.  Projects will be assessed and scored according to the criteria.

 

Criteria for Place Based Investment Programme

1.   The funding can only be granted to capital projects. 

2.   Projects should lead to transformational change. 

3.   Projects must show how they address several of the programme themes listed above.

4.   Applications can be considered from Aberdeenshire Council services or from Community groups, charities, trusts or BIDs.  Funding will not be granted to the private sector. 

5.   Projects should already be reasonably well developed and be deliverable within set timescales as monies have to be legally committed (contracted) by March 2025.

6.   Place-based evidence of need - through the inclusion of the project in a place or community plan or strategy, and evidence of local support such as through public consultation, place standard exercise, charrette or similar process. 

7.   All projects will be expected to contribute to a Net Zero Scotland through carbon reduction.

8.   Projects that can lever in additional funds are preferred.  PBIP cannot displace funding already committed or ring-fenced or cover any costs already incurred.

9.   The financial sustainability of the project and applicant organisation will be taken into account when allocating funding.

10.   Feasibility studies or project development works are not eligible for support.

 

Any queries or requests for further information can be emailed to pbip@aberdeenshire.gov.uk .





 

Date of Posting:04 November, 2023

STP Funding Finder October 2023


Please see below a list of funding available to community groups this month:



Date of Posting: 21 Oct, 2023 

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 21 Oct, 2023

Aberdeenshire Council Treasure Trails 


Issue Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2023

 

There’s treasure to be found as Aberdeenshire Council launches another exciting AdvenShire

 

Do you fancy solving a puzzle? Do you see yourself as a Long John Silver or a Captain Jack Sparrow? Then why not join us on an exciting AdvenShire?

 

Aberdeenshire Council’s Treasure Trail maps are being relaunched – with a host of Aberdeenshire towns containing clues which – once all six have been completed – reveal a famous location and prizes to be won!

 

The maps are available in Live Life Aberdeenshire’s libraries at Alford, Balmedie, Banchory, Banff, Ellon, Inverurie, Kemnay, Macduff, Newburgh (Cruden Bay Library) Oldmeldrum, Peterhead, Stonehaven, Turriff and Westhill.

 

Each trail comprises six clues which must be solved by walking or cycling the route. Once they have been unravelled, a six-digit number will be revealed on the map which can then be taken to the library to collect a prize.

 

Once ALL the treasure trails have been completed the mystery location will emerge.

 

Prizes include a limited edition pin badge complete with a logo depicting a vista from each town or a stylish tote bag.

 

The Treasure Trail maps support the council’s work in encouraging more sustainable and active travel in our communities.

 

Cllr Alan Turner, chair of Aberdeenshire Council’s Infrastructure Services Committee, said: “These Treasure Trails are a tremendous way to get residents, families and visitors alike to get out into the fresh air and enjoy some healthy activity as they walk, cycle or wheel around their communities. Not only is it giving them plenty of exercise, they will also be learning about Aberdeenshire’s rich history and cultural heritage.”

 

Vice-chair, Cllr Isobel Davidson added: “I think people from all over Aberdeenshire will really enjoy participating in this free, fun scheme over the coming months and I would like to thank the Smarter Choices, Smarter Places programme for their generous funding.”

Date of Posting: 26 Aug, 2023

Bus Service Revisions - Formartine 21st Aug 2023


Please see the following link for new Stagecoach revised timetables.  ServiceUpdatesArticle | Stagecoach (stagecoachbus.com)


Date of Posting: 26 Aug, 2023

Local Development Plan - Report and Consultation on Soils


As part of the creation of the next Local Development Plan, Aberdeenshire Council are creating a series of evidence Topic Papers and then asking for feedback from the community. 


The newest paper is based on Soils - This will be especially impactful for areas like ours with large farming communities.  


If this is a topic which is of interest of you, please go to the following link for a copy of the topic paper, and the survey for feedback (closes 2nd October).


LDP Evidence Report- Soils Topic Paper | Engage Aberdeenshire

Date of Posting: 26 Aug, 2023

Digital Engagement Newsletter


Date of Posting: 26 Aug, 2023

25th Anniversary SURF Awards - Deadline 5pm Monday 4th September


The SURF Awards are delivered in partnership with the Scottish Government, with additional support from Creative Scotland, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Scottish Procurement Alliance, Institue of Employability Professionals, Scotland's Towns Partnership and Architecture & Design Scotland.

 

The purpose is to highlight, celebrate and share the achievements of initiatives that address physical, social and economic challenges in communities across Scotland.

 

​The 5 categories this year are:

  • Community Led Regeneration
  • Creative Regeneration
  • Improving Scotland's Places 
  • Removing Barriers to Employability (now open to all employability initiatives)
  • Housing and Regeneration

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 4th September. 

 

You may be interested in applying for an Award or you may know a project who might be interested in applying or who deserves an Award. 

 

You can download all of the application materials and find out more about the Awards here: https://surf.scot/surf-awards/surf-awards-2023/

 

Feel free to share with those you think might be interested. Alternatively, you can nominate a project by completing an application form on their behalf as a nominating party. 


Date of Posting: 26 Aug, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 26 Aug, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 05 Aug, 2023

Road Closure: U48S Upper Den Lodge Bridge 21st Aug 2023

Please be advised that U48S/20 Upper Den Lodge Bridge between C48S Rothie Vale and B9001 will be subject to a road closure from 21 August 2023 between 08:00 for 2 weeks, to allow safe access for bridge repair works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council. A signed diversion will be via C48S (Rothienorman), B9001 (Inverurie) and vice versa.

Please see link to map below.

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1Z3GRs1JgQ3IwYarEZiOO3CbT2YuPZtQ&usp=sharing


Date of Posting: 05 Aug, 2023

Aberdeenshire Rural Communities Challenge Fund 2023-24 Open!


The Aberdeenshire Local Action Group’s Rural Communities Challenge Fund 2023-24 has been launched and is now live and open for applications.  

 

The programme delivers funding from the Scottish Government’s Rural Community Led Local Development programme.   


Grants are being invited from community groups, charities, public sector organisations and cooperatives throughout Aberdeenshire (excluding the Cairngorms area) and can fund specific activities aimed at benefitting rural communities in the region.   Applications will be assessed and approved by the Aberdeenshire Local Action Group (LAG), a cross-sector partnership which represents rural communities throughout Aberdeenshire.


Grants will be targeted towards capital expenditure which can be delivered before 28th February 2024 and supports one or more of the following priorities:


1)         Low Carbon Community Buildings


2)         Active and Connected Communities


Grants between £10,000 and £50,000 will be available, and a minimum 10% match funding contribution to projects by applicants is desirable but not essential.


The deadline for submission of applications is Monday 4th September 2023 at 5pm and potential applicants can access the application form and guidance on the following webpage: Rural Communities Challenge Fund - Aberdeenshire Council.

 

Applicants are also encouraged to contact for more information and support at externalfunding@aberdeenshire.gov.uk

Date of Posting: 05 Aug, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 27 July, 2023

Trading Standards Bulletin no 72

Date of Posting: 27 July, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 27 July, 2023

myAberdeenshire Mobile App


The customer and digital services team at Aberdeenshire Council are currently promoting use of their Council app:

 

myAberdeenshire mobile app - Aberdeenshire Council

 

They want to spread the word about what you can do on the App/online services, and will be holding drop in sessions throughout August at every Customer Service Point to help make people aware of the App/online services that they provide:

 

Wednesday 9th August

Stonehaven, Arduthie Road

10am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 3.30pm


Friday 11th August

Peterhead Buchan House

10am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 3.30pm


Monday 14th August

Inverurie Gordon House

9.30am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 4pm


Wednesday 16th August

Ellon Library

9.30am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 4pm


Friday 18th August

Banff Town House

9.30am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 4pm


Monday 21st August

Huntly Area Office

9.30am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 4pm


Wednesday 23rd August

Turriff Towie House

9.30am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 4pm


Monday 28th

Fraserburgh Faithlie Centre

9.30am – 12.30pm / 1.30pm – 4pm

Date of Posting: 27 July, 2023

Land Use and Agriculture Just Transition Community Workshops 

The Scottish Rural Network will be supporting Scottish Government Just Transition policy colleagues to engage directly with rural and island communities this summer.


A series of community workshops will be undertaken in July and August to engage directly with rural and island communities across Scotland, which will help shape and inform our approach to the Land Use and Agriculture Just Transition.


The workshops aim to bring together community members who are passionate about, or involved in, our Land and/or Agriculture as we seek to draw upon your lived experiences and knowledge as Scotland looks to transition to a more sustainable and equitable future.


Through these discussion, we will look to introduce the concept of Just Transition and how it relates to Land Use and Agriculture and its relevance to the local community and offer the opportunity to discuss and share your experiences on key themes such as the rural economy and jobs, communities and place, people and equity and the environment and climate adaptation as we seek to transition to a more environmentally friendly and socially just economy.

Whether you are a directly involved in Land Use and Agriculture, or simply a community member interested in making a positive impact, this workshop is for you. Come and connect, share ideas, and contribute to the ongoing dialogue on building a more sustainable future.


A discussion paper has been published to support discussion on the development of a Just Transition Plan for Land Use and Agriculture. It sets out a summary of current context, commitments, targets and policy ambitions and can be found at the link below.

Just transition in land use and agriculture: a discussion paper - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)


Current Dates in Aberdeenshire:


  • July 27th, Laurencekirk
  • August 30th, Huntly


For more information see

About | Scottish Rural Network



Date of Posting: 27 July, 2023

Aberdeenshire Council Digital Engagement Newsletter


Please find belowJuly’s edition of Aberdeenshire Council’s Digital Engagement newsletter



Date of Posting: 27 July, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 17 July, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 16 July, 2023

Trading Standards Bulletin Number 71

Date of Posting: 15 July, 2023

SSEN Transmission Community Benefit Fund Consultation

SSENTransmission has recently set out plans for the development of its first everCommunity Benefit fund. 

 

TheCommunity Benefit Fund will see over £10million of funding available forCommunities from net zero transmission infrastructure projects across the northof Scotland.

 

TheCommunity Benefit Fund will form a core part of our social and economic supportin the communities and regions we operate in.

 

The aim ofthe Community Benefit Fund is to recognise the vital role local communitiesplay in hosting the transmission network by providing a source of funds forcommunity-led initiatives that have the potential to changes lives and create asustainable and positive legacy.

 

As a stakeholder-led business SSEN Transmission is seeking inputfrom all stakeholders on the development of the Community Benefit Fund.

 

Theconsultation seeks to:

 

•         Inform stakeholders of theintent to develop a fund

•          Identifyand engage with new and existing SSEN Transmission Stakeholders

•          Providea voice for stakeholders to influence the strategic direction of thefund. 

 

SSENTranmsission is interested in feedback from all Stakeholders including viewsfrom the Third Sector, voluntary and community organisations as well as theviews of community members across the north of Scotland.

 

Moreinformation on Community Benefit Fund including some FAQs is included here.

 

Providingfeedback is easy via the on-line form.

 

Theconsultation will be open until Sunday 13th August. If you need to contact usyou can at community.benefit@sse.com.

Date of Posting: 15 July, 2023

Positive Action Grants (Closing 25th July)

Live life Aberdeenshire has offered Positive Action Grants (PAGs) in recent years, to support community initiatives. This year marks a change in funding so that one PAG of £30,000 is available to deliver arts and heritage activity across all five of the following communities:


  1. Rothienorman
  2. Cuminestown
  3. New Deer
  4. Fettercairn
  5. Strathdon

 

These places have been selected as transport networks, economic and other issues may make accessing arts and heritage activities further afield challenging. The PAG is an exciting opportunity to bolster any existing local cultural activity with new additional programming, to support the health and wellbeing of residents.

 

The PAG is open to applications from Aberdeenshire-based cultural organisations or creative collaborations (e.g., an artist and an organisation). Note – the successful applicants must deliver activity to all five communities.  More information can be found here: 


Commissions - Live, Life Aberdeenshire (livelifeaberdeenshire.org.uk)


Date of Posting: 15 July, 2023

Consultation on Aberdeenshire's Common Good Policy and Creation of Common Good Asset Register


Aberdeenshire is currently consultion on a review of the Council's Common Good Policy and the creation of an Asset Register for Common Good Assets in Aberdeenshire. A link to the online survey and relevant information can be found at the following website:

Common Good | Engage Aberdeenshire


This consultation closes on the 2nd of October

Date of Posting: 15 July, 2023

SSEN Transmission -Annual Engagment Plan 2023/24

Every year, SSEN review the feedback they gather from stakeholders to identify the common themes we want them to engage on and areas where we want them to make improvements.  Following a consultation period that ended on the 2nd of June, they have prepared a plan for 2023/24 available at the following website:

Stakeholder Annual Engagement Plan - SSEN Transmission (ssen-transmission.co.uk)

Date of Posting: 15 July, 2023

Review of the Aberdeenshire Licensing Policy Statement

The Aberdeenshire Licensing Board is consulting on its Draft Statement of the Licensing Policy. There is a survey available at the following website and is open to the public:

Review of the Aberdeenshire Licensing Board’s Licensing Policy Statement | Engage Aberdeenshire


The survey closes on the 1st of September.

Date of Posting: 1 July, 2023

Stagecoach Bluebird Consultation on Proposed Timetable Revision

Please find below Stagecoach Bluebird’s press release regarding proposed bus service revisions on various corridors within Aberdeenshire, which are planned to be implemented on 21 August 2023. Further information, including the proposed timetables, is available on Stagecoach’s website as per the attached link below:

 

https://www.stagecoachbus.com/service-updates/serviceupdatesarticle?SituationId=ID-20/06/2023-11:14:18:918

 

Daniel Laird, Commercial Director for Stagecoach Bluebird said: “We invite customers to give their feedback about our planned revisions to our network. Everything we have planned is to best use our fleet of buses to meet the travel habits in the area as well as improving the punctuality of the services. We continue to invest in our people and in our fleet so that we can deliver improved services to our customers.”

 

Feedback can be submitted via email to bluebird.consultations@stagecoach.com before Thursday 6th July.

Date of Posting: 1 July, 2023

The Big Bulb Plant 2023

Date of Posting: 1 July, 2023

July-Sept roadworks on North East Trunk Road Network

Please find below a route snap shot for the months of July to September highlighting surface improvement schemes that are planned to take place across the north east trunk road network.

Date of Posting: 1 July, 2023

Road Closure B9005 10 July 2023

Please be advised that B9005 between C30S and U136S will be closed commencing 10 July for 5 days, to allow road repair works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council. A signed diversion will be available via B9005 (Methlick), B9170 (Oldmeldrum), A947 (Fyvie), B9005 (Methlick)  and vice versa.

Link to online map below.

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1k4KRkFdQlpnkv9hfkHAiCnfUTJkYb8o&usp=sharing


Date of Posting: 1 July, 2023

STP Funding Finder June 2023


Please see below a great list of funding opportunities for local groups to carry out projects.


Date of Posting: 27 June, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 25 June, 2023

Road closure C121B Abottshaugh 03 July 2023


Please be advised that C121B between C29S Maryhill and U121S Mill of Greens will be closed commencing 03 July for 5 days, to allow road repair works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council. A signed diversion will be available via C121B (New Deer), B9170 (Cuminestown), C29S (Greens) and vice versa. See map below and linked:


https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1cPVABNo60SQ4nMiJtHd9Dh6KSHrISb0&usp=sharing


Date of Posting: 25 June, 2023

SSEN Community Resilience Fund 2023 – Open for Applications


The SSEN Community Resilience Fund 2023 is now open for applications. For more information and details please see the Engage Aberdeenshire update.


https://engage.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/aberdeenshire-community-resilience-strategy/news_feed/ssen-resilient-communities-fund-2023-now-open-for-applications 

Date of Posting: 25 June, 2023

Local Transport Strategy Consultation Extended until 30th July



Aberdeenshire Council has now launched the consultation for its review of the Local Transport Strategy (LTS) to be developed in 2023. This new LTS will set out the Councils aims and aspirations for how people will travel and how to achieve this over the coming decade. Residents and stakeholders are being asked to consider several transportation themes and share their views on the main opportunities and challenges facing transport across Aberdeenshire. The outcomes from this consultation will be used to develop our new transport strategy. To achieve this residents are being asked to consider a number of transportation theme papers which are included in the attached consultation link. Topics range from walking, cycling and public transport, to car use, electric vehicle infrastructure, road safety and freight movements.  

 

On the first page of the LTS consultation, you will find details of all the theme papers that you may read to make informed decisions. After answering questions “About You” and “your general views on transport” you then have the opportunity to select as many of the theme papers you feel are relevant to you and provide your feedback on their related questions.  

 

PLEASE NOTE, THEME PAPERS MUST BE ANSWERED IN THE ORDER PRESENTED IN THE SURVEY - IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE TO GO BACK IN THE SURVEY. 

 

This consultation will be live until July 30th

 

Please follow this link to the consultation:   https://engage.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/localtransportstrategy2023

Date of Posting: 25 June, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 25 June, 2023

NESCAN Just Transition Participatory Budgeting Fund - Next Round Opening


The next round of the Just Transition Participatory Budgeting Fund, which aims to support communities in bringing social and environmental benefit to the areas in which they live, work and access services will open next week Just Transition Participatory Budgeting Fund (jtpbfund.scot).

 

Join  an online information session on Monday 26th June at 7.00 pm to highlight the key dates for the fund, what it can support, and the help available to communities to develop their ideas.

 

To book your place on this free event, please register through the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/just-transition-participatory-budgeting-online-info-session-for-communities-tickets-662204811417?aff=oddtdtcreator

 

If you have any queries about this event in particular please, contact rose@nescan.org.

Date of Posting: 24 June, 2023

Beauly Blackhillock New Deer Peterhead 400kV Project Consultation - Extended

New Closing Date 30th June


In response to community feedback, SSEN have agreed to further extend the consultation period by an additional 7 days. The Route Options Consultation feedback period will now close on Friday 30th June at 5pm. All feedback received to date, including emails, and letters, has been logged for review by the project team. Further information on the project can be found on the project web page:

https://www.ssen-transmission.co.uk/projects/project-map/beauly-blackhillock-new-deer-peterhead-400kv/

Date of Posting: 24 June, 2023

Trading Standards Bulletin No 70

Date of Posting: 10 June, 2023

ABZ Propeller Fund - Reminder

The ABZ Propeller fund is open all year round with decisions made each quarter. Fund for up to £5000 for community benefit in Economic Regeneration, Sustainability and Education. See Guidlines below.

Date of Posting: 10 June, 2023

Road Closure C49S Folla Rule -12 June 2023


Please be advised that C49S between B9001 and U48S will be closed commencing 12 June for 5 days, to allow road surfacing works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council. A signed diversion will be available via B9001 (Inverurie), A920 (Oldmeldrum), U49S (Cross of Jackston), C49S (Cross of Jackston), C49S (Folla Rule) and vice versa.  Link to map:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1iGg6fkYWdWS3cOrTAqlOMQawxVHDNBY&usp=sharing

Date of Posting: 10 June, 2023

Police Report for May 2023 Combined Wards 7,8,9

Date of Posting: 10 June, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 03 June, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 03 June, 2023

STP Funding Finder - May 2023


The attached document is a useful tool for all community groups to find funding available right now. 

Date of Posting: 21 May, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Posting: 20 May, 2023

Boundaries Scotland Consultation on New Parliament Constituencies

Boundaries Scotland have published provisional proposals for new constituency boundaries for the Scottish Parliament, please see the attached letter and links for details.

Date of Posting: 20 May, 2023

Caledonia Offshore Windfarm Onshore Works Proposal of Application Notice


Please see the documents below for information on proposed infrastructure including a underground, onshore cable corridor between Banff and the proposed New Deer 2 substation. There will be community consultation events in Turriff, Banff and New Deer in the week of the 19th of June.



Date of Posting: 20 May, 2023

Local Development Plan Scheme Available Soon


The Local Development Plan (LDP) is a document used by  Aberdeenshire Council when making decisions about planing applications in different areas. The Council is now preparing the next round of consultations to create a new LDP - and they will soon have a LDP Scheme (a timetable and description of how data will be gathered) published for the public. See this website for additional details: 

Date of Posting: 20 May, 2023

Survey Results for Ready2Go Bus Pilot


A recent survey of the Ready2Go Around Inveruriebus service will help both in the evaluation of the pilot project and the planning of future council-funded bus services across Aberdeenshire.


It was aimed at residents living within the operating area, with more than 400 people telling Aberdeenshire Council how they travelled andwhat they thought about Ready2Go services.


The aim of the survey was to assess whether people liked or disliked this type of demand responsive transport servicewhichmust bebooked and, unlike other bus services, doesn’t operate a fixed timetable orfixed route.


More information about the resultes of the suvey are available at: 

Ready2Go Around Inveruriesurvey will help plan future of council-funded bus services across Aberdeenshire - Aberdeenshire Council

Date of Posting: 20 May, 2023

Agenda for AGM and GM May 23, 2023

Date of Posting: 14 May, 2023

Trading Standards Bulletin no 68


Date of Posting: 14 May, 2023

Road Closure U50S Cross of Jackston 29th May 2023


Please be advised that U50S between C50S Cross of Jackston and Corehill, will be closed from 29 May 2023 between 09:30 and 16:00 for 4 days to allow safe access for junction box works on behalf of Openreach. No suitable diversion is available, residents access will be maintained. Link to online map below.

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=15MSU_yUEWYGxYfA33-fHklewkWVDKUI&usp=sharing

Date of Posting: 14 May, 2023

Surface Dressing Works Schedule


Please be advised that the Formartine area surface dressing works programme for this year will commence on 15 May for a period up to 4 weeks. The locations with restrictions and diversion are attached,  these temporary traffic orders are for the safety of the workforce and will be applied ONLY when signs are in operation, e.g. the 30mph limit only applies at the location of the traffic lights where work is being carried out, not the whole stretch which the traffic order applies to, and only for the duration of those works.

Date of Posting: 14 May, 2023

Formartine Area Bus Forum Meeting - 25th May


IThe next meeting of the Formartine Area Bus Forum will be held on Thursday 25th May 2023 between 7.30pm and 9.00pm in Community Rooms 4&5 at Ellon Community Campus, Kellie Pearl Way Ellon. Please see document below for agenda and other associated documents. For more information, please contact Susan Watt susan.m.watt@aberdeenshire.gov.uk 


Date of Release: 6 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 16 April, 2023

Scotland Love Local Aberdeenshire Gift Card Now Available


It’s just got even easier to support the Scotland Loves Local Aberdeenshire Gift Card scheme.

 

Aberdeenshire Council will be stocking gift cards for collection at its main office Service Points.

 

The scheme - supported by Scottish Government funding - aims to encourage people to shop local to support local business and to assist their recovery following the Covid pandemic.

 

In addition, nearly 8,900 of the 11,349 cards issued earlier this year to support households with the challenges around the cost of living have been activated - with more than £528,000 now having been spent in Aberdeenshire stores.

 

There are over 280 businesses signed up to accept the gift card across the region and cards can also be spent in all Live Life Aberdeenshire leisure venues. 

 

It works in the same way as a regular gift card - the only difference being that once you have picked up a card from a Service Point, that they require to be loaded with funds online by visiting www.loadthiscard.com

 

There is no limit to the number of transactions or shops the card can be used in, provided there are funds on the card.

 

Up until now, gift cards could only be purchased online at www.scotlandgiftslocal.com/

 

Whilst this function is still available, there is an associated shipping fee of £2.49 per order, so we’re anticipating strong interest in the ability to pick them up at a convenient location.

 

Service Points are located within the main council offices in Banff, Ellon, Huntly, Fraserburgh, Inverurie, Turriff, Peterhead and Stonehaven.

Date of Release: 7 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 16 April, 2023

Road Closure C26S Rodshill Bridge 9th May 2023


Please be advised that C026S/10 Rodshill Bridge between U39S Hill of Tifty and Cuminestown Road, Fyvie will be subject to a road closure from 09 May 2023 between 08:30 and 15:30 for 4 days, to allow safe access for bridge repair works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council. A signed diversion will be via C26S (Keithen), C28S (Birkenhills), A947 (Fyvie), B9005 (Methlick), C26S (Cuminestown) and vice versa.

Please see map below.

Date of Release: 7 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 16 April, 2023

Road Closure C26S Rodshill Bridge 9th May 2023


Please be advised that C026S/10 Rodshill Bridge between U39S Hill of Tifty and Cuminestown Road, Fyvie will be subject to a road closure from 09 May 2023 between 08:30 and 15:30 for 4 days, to allow safe access for bridge repair works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council. A signed diversion will be via C26S (Keithen), C28S (Birkenhills), A947 (Fyvie), B9005 (Methlick), C26S (Cuminestown) and vice versa.

Please see map below.

Date of Release: 11 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 16 April, 2023

FRMCC Election

Date of Release: 10 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 16 April, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Release: 27 March, 2023


Date of Posting: 9 April, 2023

Planning Application 


Any person wishing to make comment (https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/comment/) on an application should do so by the date specified in the list. Please note the date for comment will extend if neighbour notification or advertisement is required. Please quote the reference number and state clearly the grounds for making comment.

Date of Release: 29 March, 2023


Date of Posting: 9 April, 2023

Funding Finder

Please see attachment below for funding available to community groups this month.


Date of Release: 29 March, 2023


Date of Posting: 9 April, 2023

Turriff Rural A2B dial-a-bus Service Revision 6 March 2023


After reviewing the service Aberdeenshire Council now wish to alter the timetable by setting the start time 20 mins earlier (09:50 from 10:10), which will allow an extra return journey from Turriff to Cuminestown / Garmond / New Byth.  The previous timetable offered 4 x inward journeys to Turriff and only 3 x return journeys, we will now be able to offer 4 x inward journeys and 4 x return journeys.  See new timetable below:

Date of Release: 31 March, 2023


Date of Posting: 9 April, 2023

April-June roadworks on North East Trunk Road Network

Please find attached a route snap shot for the months of April to June highlighting surface improvement schemes that are planned to take place across the north east trunk road network.

 

This edition also includes planned traffic management for each of the schemes.

 

Detailed information on each scheme will be hosted here: https://netrunkroads.scot/, when work is due to take place.

 

Date of Release: 3 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 9 April, 2023

Community Asset Transfer Policy Review Consultation

Aberdeenshire Council is reviewing its Community Asset Transfer Policy and we are seeking the views of our communities on the current policy documentation and process, particularly those groups that have previously shown or may have an interest in engaging with the Asset Transfer process.

 

The consultation can be accessed by clicking on the link below, or alternatively using the QR code in the attached poster:-

 

https://engage.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/community-asset-transfer-policy-review

 

Date of Release: 4 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 6 April, 2023

Police Report for Formartine April 2023


Date of Release: 3 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 6 April, 2023

Customer Service Engagement - Survey by Aberdeenshire Council


Aberdeenshire Council are gathering feedback to support the content of a new Customer Service Strategy, to ensure that we are delivering appropriate Customer Service across the whole organisation.

The results gathered from this survey will allow us to clarify response timescales, keep you informed with consistent information and make it easier to access the services you require.

This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. This survey will be closing on 30th April 2023.

If you have any questions/queries please email customerserviceengagement@aberdeenshire.gov.uk


Survey Link


Date of Release: 5 April, 2023


Date of Posting: 6 April, 2023

Overhead Lines Consultation New Deer 2 Substation