Liberal Democrat councillors Martin Greig and Ian Yuill met Carol Benzie, Managing Director of Aberdeen International Airport, on 1st June to discuss the £2 drop off charge the airport imposes on drivers dropping people off in front of the terminal.Read more
North Kincardine councillor Ian Mollison was welcomed progress with a new £200,000 footpath/cycle way to connect Portlethen with Cove.
The missing link will join Marywell and Charleston alongside the old Wellington Road and will provide a safe route for cyclists and walkers.Read more
Hazlehead Liberal Democrat councillors Jennifer Stewart and Martin Greig are calling on Sport Aberdeen to drop their plans to close Hazlehead and Kincorth swimming pools.Read more
Over 2,500 people have now backed the local Liberal Democrats' 'Drop the Drop Off Charge Campaign' calling on Aberdeen International Airport's management to drop the £2 charge they have imposed on drivers dropping people off at the airport.
Over the last five years nearly 10,000 traffic cones, worth just under £50,000, have disappeared in Aberdeen.
It is not just single cones that are being removed – entire groups of cones are being stolen.Read more
Aberdeen City Council’s consultation on the future of Broad Street is now underway.
The consultation only runs until Sunday 12th June and the options being consulted on are:
- No change
- Bus and bicycle only
- Full pedestrianisation