Ian Yuill

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

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Weekly list of planning applications

by Ian Yuill on 22 December, 2015

Every Monday Aberdeen City Council publishes information on the planning applications submitted to it over the previous week. You can view a list of these planning applications here.

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Marischal Square – Aberdeen deserves better

by Ian Yuill on 18 October, 2015

The Marischal Square development opposite Marichal College is a huge missed opportunity for Aberdeen. Like many other Aberdeen residents I was and remain very unhappy that this development was given approval. I believe that Aberdeen deserved much better on this key site in our city centre.  On 1st May 2013 my Liberal Democrat colleagues and […]

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Mannofield, Airyhall and Braeside councillor Ian Yuill has described today’s (19th August) decision by Aberdeen City Council to grant planning permission to build 3,000 houses at Countesswells as “a huge missed opportunity”. Ian Yuill, who today proposed the council should refuse planning permission, said “The council had the opportunity today to put right the mistake […]

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I am very annoyed and disappointed that a Scottish Government planning reporter has approved the application to turn “Cafe O’Clay” at 122 Broomhill Road into a shop. Dozens of residents objected to this planning application which was refused by Aberdeen City Council’s Planning Committee on the recommendation of council planning officers. It is very disappointing […]

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Aberdeen’s Liberal Democrat councillors today (Thursday 29th August) urged the City Council to extend an invitation to leading architect John Halliday to present his vision for the Union Terrace Gardens area to a meeting of all city councillors. The move came in an emergency motion submitted to the 29th August meeting of the City Council’s […]

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