Ian Yuill

Liberal Democrat councillor for Mannofield, Airyhall, Braeside, Broomhill, Garthdee, Kaimhill & Ruthrieston Learn more

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Mannofield and Broomhill Liberal Democrat councillor Ian Yuill has challenged Transport Scotland to explain their failure to install additional traffic lights and warning signs at a pedestrian crossing on South Anderson Drive just north of its junction with Broomhill Road. Ian Yuill said “There is a long-standing problem with some drivers going through red lights […]

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Membership of the EU is important for Aberdeen – and for communities across Scotland and the UK. Aberdeen, Scotland and the UK are stronger, better off and safer as part of the European Union. Staying in is the right choice for the sake of jobs, trade, investment, prices and security. The EU is far from […]

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Dandara Limited is holding a public consultation on their proposal to build 100-250 homes at ‘Hazlewood zone F’, the area of land on the north side of Countesswells Road opposite the Robert Gordon’s College playing fields, on Wednesday 22nd June. The proposal includes a retirement village. The consultation event is taking place between 3pm and […]

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The 2016 Margaret E Morrison Garthdee Spirit of the Community Awards are being held at 6.30pm for 6.45pm on Friday 24th June in Inchgarth Community Centre. The awards will recognise several unsung local heroes. Entertainment will include dancers, singers, samba drummers, a brass band, a pipe band, an art exhibition and a magic show. There will […]

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Ruthrieston dog fouling

by Ian Yuill on 12 June, 2016

After being contacted by a number of concerned residents, I asked council staff to take action on dog fouling problems in Ruthrieston. Residents told me they were particularly worried about dog fouling on Ruthrieston Circle and at the play area. I have now been told both the City and Dog Wardens will be giving this problem attention. […]

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Two new bus services serving our area, the 15a and 95, start on Monday 13th June – but sadly these will not restore a bus link from Airyhall to the city centre through Mannofield. The 15a is an evening service on the route of the 15 service whilst the 95 runs from Culter to Asda at […]

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Keep your car locked

by Ian Yuill on 8 June, 2016

The police officers attending this evening’s Ruthrieston Residents’ Association meeting reported that they had recently checked around 40 cars parked on one street to discover that 25 were unlocked. Many of these cars had valuables inside them. Remember, insurance policies may not pay out on claims if cars are left unlocked. Please remember keep your car […]

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Investment needed in pavement repairs

by Ian Yuill on 5 June, 2016

I frequently get contacted by residents about the state of pavements in our area. Many are uneven, badly broken and can all to easily trip people. Whenever I am contacted about problems with a pavement, I always highlight the issues to the council’s roads staff. This can lead to the pavement being repaired although in some cases the roads […]

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Seafield shops bus shelter being installed

by Ian Yuill on 3 June, 2016

The replacement for the bus shelter outside the Seafield shops, which was destroyed in a car accident, is being installed. The work to install the new bus shelter should be completed on Friday 3rd June. As well as protecting people from the rain, the installation of this new bus shelter will put an end to drivers […]

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My colleague Martin Greig and I met Carol Benzie, Managing Director of Aberdeen International Airport, yesterday to discuss the £2 drop off charge the airport imposes on drivers dropping people off in front of the terminal. We made very clear to Ms Benzie that people across Aberdeen and the North East believe the charge is […]

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