Ian Yuill

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

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Please don’t drop bags of dog waste

by Ian Yuill on 29 May, 2020

A minority of dog walkers continue to cause problems by dropping bags of dog waste on pavements, open spaces or in people’s gardens. Some people even hang these bags on trees, shrubs or hedges.

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Council grass cutting to restart

by Ian Yuill on 29 May, 2020

Following the relataxion of the lockdown rules, the council will restart grass cutting on 1st June.

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Following the Scottish Government’s relaxation of the lockdown rules, three of Aberdeen’s household waste and recycling centres will be reopening from Monday.

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Major temporary changes are set to be made to Union Street and other roads in the city centre to accommodate social distancing as we slowly emerge from lockdown.

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Detailed plans are being drawn up by Aberdeen City Council and its waste contractor SUEZ to safely reopen household waste and recycling centres.

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Aldi have annouced plans to build a supermarket on Countesswells Road, opposite the entrance to Robert Gordon’s College’s playing fields.

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Lockdown restrictions set to be eased

by Ian Yuill on 22 May, 2020

The Scottish Government has now published the route map through and out of the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown.

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Council restarts large item collections

by Ian Yuill on 21 May, 2020

Aberdeen City Council has reintroduced its large item collection service. This can be used if you want to get rid of furniture or other bulky items that will not fit in your bin.

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Changes to lockdown from 28th May

by Ian Yuill on 21 May, 2020

The Scottish Government has announced important changes to the lockdown restrictions from 28th May. What does it mean?

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Deeside Park still due to be resurfaced

by Ian Yuill on 15 May, 2020

After the council published the list of roads due to be resurfaced over the next 11 months I contacted council staff to ask why Deeside Park – which had been due to be resurfaced by the end of March this year – had not been included.

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