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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Problems with the roads at Garthdee Farm Gardens mean the city council has not yet taken over responsibility for these by “adopting” them. The council will only adopt the roads once the developer has brought them up to the necessary standard. I recently met one of the council’s Senior Engineers at Garthdee Farm Gardens and he […]

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Dumped items on Garthdee Drive

by Ian Yuill on 30 November, 2018

After being contacted by a local resident I  asked the council to remove the sofa and other large items lying beside the street bins on Garthdee Drive. Please do let me know about any dumped items or litter in our area. Sign up here to receive more local news and information from Ian Yuill.  

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Auchinyell Road bus shelter repair needed

by Ian Yuill on 22 November, 2018

I have urged council staff to repair the broken window of the bus shelter on Auchinyell Road between its junctions with Garthdee Drive and Auchinyell Terrace. Please do let me know about any other problems with bus shelter or bus stops in our area. Sign up here to receive more local news and information from Ian […]

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Damaged Kaimhill Circle bollard

by Ian Yuill on 1 November, 2018

I have asked council staff to repair the damaged bollard on Kaimhill Circle at its junction with Ruthrie Terrace. Please do let me know about any other damaged bollards, street signs or other street furniture. Sign up here to receive more local news and information from Ian Yuill.

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Garthdee Community Council election result announced

by Ian Yuill on 26 October, 2018

Aberdeen City Council has announced the result of the election to Garthdee Community Council. You can view the election result here. The twelve people elected will serve as members of Garthdee Community Community Council for the next three years. My congratulations to those elected and commiserations to the two unsuccessful candidates. I look forward to […]

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Overgrown Craigievar Crescent street name sign

by Ian Yuill on 22 October, 2018

I have asked council staff to cut back the plants which have overgrown the “Craigievar Crescent” street name sign at the junction of Craigievar Crescent and Craigievar Road. Please do let me know about any other obscured, damaged or unreadable street name signs in our area. Sign up here to receive more local news and information […]

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After I contacted council staff, they have agreed to repair the large “crater” in the car park of Inchgarth Community Centre. Whilst I am very pleased that the council has finally agreed to repair this enormous pothole, it is a disgrace that it was allowed to grow so big despite repeated calls for it to […]

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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 asked council staff to repair the enormous “crater” in Inchgarth Community Centre’s car park. Sign up here to receive more local news and information from Ian Yuill.

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