Ian Yuill

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

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AWPR opening should take traffic off Anderson Drive

by Ian Yuill on 12 December, 2018

The opening of the southern section of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route earlier today should mean less through traffic using South Anderson Drive and Anderson Drive. These roads will though remain some of the busiest in Aberdeen. Responsibility for managing South Anderson Drive, Anderson Drive, North Anderson Drive, Stonehaven Road, the Parkway, Ellon Road and […]

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I have urged the council to re-stake the street tree which is currently leaning over the pavement outside 9 Braemar Place. I acted after being contacted by a resident who told me the tree was blown over in high winds. Please do let me know about any other problems with street trees in our area. […]

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Transport Scotland has now responded to my latest call for improved safety at the pedestrian crossing on South Anderson Drive just uphill from its junction with Broomhill Road. Transport Scotland has confirmed to me that they still intend to install additional traffic lights on a cantilever over the pedestrian crossing on South Anderson Drive just […]

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Action – Granville Place road repairs

by Ian Yuill on 16 November, 2018

The Roads Service has patched potholes and broken areas in the road surface of Granville Place after I urged them to take action. Whilst this is welcome, it is certainly no substitute for proper long-term repairs. My Liberal Democrat colleagues and I will continue to press for the council to invest more in properly repairing […]

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Action – Granville Place weeds treated

by Ian Yuill on 25 October, 2018

After being contacted by a local resident, I  asked council staff to treat the weeds growing in the pavements and gutters of Granville Place. This work was carried out on Thursday 25th October. Please do let me know about any other problems with weeds growing in pavements or gutters. Sign up here to receive more local […]

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Community council elections update

by Ian Yuill on 19 October, 2018

Nominations for the elections to the four community councils covering our area have now closed – with mixed results. In Braeside and Mannofield, eight people were nominated for the twelve available places. This means these residents are “elected unopposed” and will serve as community councillors for the next three years. You can find details of […]

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I have urged council staff to repaint the very badly worn warning signs on the surface of Broomhill Road outside Broomhill School. Please let me know about any other road marking that need to be repainted. Sign up here to receive more local news and information from Ian Yuill.    

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I have called on the council to repair urgently the faulty flashing 20mph speed limit sign on the westbound approach to Broomhill School on Broomhill Road. The upper pair of lights on the sign are remaining on constantly. There have been a number of faults with this warning sign in recent years and I have […]

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Potholes, potholes and more potholes

by Ian Yuill on 6 April, 2018

Thank you to everyone who has told me about potholes and broken areas of road surface over the last couple of weeks. It is very clear that, sadly, our local roads continue to deteriorate because of years of under investment by the Conservative / Labour controlled council. I have contacted the Roads Department about all […]

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I have been asked by a number of residents about the temporary traffic lights that have been on Broomhill Road at its junction with Abergeldie Road for some time. Some people have told me the contractor who has dug up the road does not appear to be “on site” very much. I have contacted council […]

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