Ian Yuill

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

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Happy Easter

by Ian Yuill on 21 April, 2019

Today Christians in the UK and across the world celebrate Easter – a time of reflection, renewal and redemption. Across the globe, Christians will come together to worship and spend time with family and friends in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. 

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There was mixed news for our area after Aberdeen City Council published the list of roads and pavements it proposes to resurface over the next 12 months.

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I have called on the council’s Roads Service to reconsider their decision not repair the broken and potholed road surface at the junction of Inchbrae Drive and Inchbrae Road. Council staff told me they would not carry out repairs because “is not a safety concern”.

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Aberdeen’s Liberal Democrat councillors have stepped up their campaign against the introduction of a Garden Tax – a charge for emptying garden waste from residents’ brown wheelie bins – by challenging the council  to answer 23 separate questions about the new tax.

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Hammerfield Avenue should be resurfaced

by Ian Yuill on 12 April, 2019

I have called on the council’s Roads Service to resurface the crumbling surface of Hammerfield Avenue. Whilst the council has repaired some potholes on Hammerfield Avenue, many others remain – and new potholes and broken areas appear all-the-time. In my view, the condition of Hammerfield Avenue means it needs to be properly resurfaced. The e-mail […]

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Success – Ramsay Crescent steps to be repaired

by Ian Yuill on 12 April, 2019

Council staff have agreed to repair unsafe steps on the footpath outside 37 – 45 Ramsay Crescent after I highlighted the problem. I took action after being contacted by a concerned resident.

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I have been asked by residents why Ashley and Broomhill Community Council is no longer meeting. The answer is that, very unfortunately, it was wound up last October.

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Nuart Aberdeen, the city’s international public arts festival, takes place this year between 18th and 21st April. Nuart aims to present the most interesting and relevant street art.

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Transport Scotland has – for the third time – broken a commitment to to install additional traffic lights on a cantilever over the pedestrian crossing on South Anderson Drive just uphill from Broomhill Road.

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Woodies benches need a clean up

by Ian Yuill on 5 April, 2019

I have asked council staff to clean and repaint the benches at “The Woodies” off Broomhill Road.

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