Ian Yuill

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

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Residents of Norfolk Road are continuing to put on a show when putting out their bins. Last weekend’s performance was based on The Sound of Music.

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Pavement and Road resurfacing plans comfirmed

by Ian Yuill on 8 May, 2020

The list of roads and pavements scheduled to be resurfaced over the next 11 months was confirmed at a meeting of the council’s Urgent Business Committee on 6th May.

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It is a disgrace that the gates of Ruthrieston Outdoor Sports Centre on Pitstruan Place have been broken open, not just once but twice, in recent days.

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Concerns about Salisbury Terrace resurfacing

by Ian Yuill on 15 November, 2019

It was great to see the badly broken and uneven surface of Salisbury Terrace resurfaced very recently. Unfortunately it seems some problems have arisen with the new surface.

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I am delighted that work to resurface Salisbury Terrace is due to begin on Monday 21st October.

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Action on low growing branches on street trees

by Ian Yuill on 15 August, 2019

After I called for action, Aberdeen City Council has pruned low growing branches on street trees on a number of roads in our area.

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Following a request from local residents, the city council is holding an election to reestablish Ashley and Broomhill Community Council.

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Aberdeen City Council has now agreed to replace more dead and missing street trees on roads in our area. I am pleased the council has agreed to my request to replace these dead and missing trees.

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CityFibre works continue over the summer

by Ian Yuill on 2 August, 2019

Contractors working on behalf of CityFibre are continuing to dig up pavements across our area. They are carrying out this work so they can lay new fibre cables which can provide Gigabit speed broadband services of up to 1000mbps to homes and businesses.

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After I called for action, Aberdeen City Council has agreed to replace dead and missing street trees on a number of roads in our area.

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