Ian Yuill

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

Read more on this

View more tweets

Read more on this

View more tweets

Archive for the ‘Environment’ Category

Council street cleaning staff have now started the work of clearing fallen leaves from pavements and street gutters across Aberdeen. To work as efficiently as possible, they do this area by area.

Read more    1 Comment

I am delighted that the trustees of Northcote Lodge care home have bought the area of land between the care home and Airyhall House. This land had been offered for sale as a site for housing development.

Read more    4 Comments

Action – South Anderson Drive set for new trees

by Ian Yuill on 8 October, 2021

After I raised the issue, the Council has agreed to replace several dead trees on the western side of South Anderson Drive between Ruthrieston Road and Garthdee Road.

Read more    Leave a comment

After I highlighted the problem, the Council has cut back a hedge growing out over the footpath between Ruthrieston Crescent and South Anderson Drive.

Read more    4 Comments

After I called for action, the Council has cut back low growing branches on street trees on Braeside Avenue.

Read more    Leave a comment

Please don’t dump or flytip items in our area

by Ian Yuill on 25 September, 2021

Sadly, I regularly have to ask the Council to remove dumped items in our area – most recently at Garthdee Drive and Inchbrae Drive.

Read more    Leave a comment

One of the places in our area which people most often contact me about is The Woodies off Broomhill Road and I thought it would be helpful to give an update on various issues about the Woodies.

Read more    1 Comment

After I called for action, the Council has cut back low growing branches on street trees on Airyhall Avenue.

Read more    2 Comments

I have urged Council staff to cut back low growing branches on street trees on Braeside Avenue.

Read more    1 Comment

After I contacted Council staff about missing street trees in the Morningside area they have agreed to plant approximately 30 new street trees in the Morningside area this winter.

Read more    1 Comment