Ian Yuill

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

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Information I have obtained from a senior member of council staff has revealed that the council spends so little on road repairs it would take over 100 years to resurface all of Aberdeen’s roads! The situation with pavement repairs is even worse. At current spending levels, it would take 456 years to resurface all of Aberdeen’s […]

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Part of Abergeldie Road resurfaced

by Ian Yuill on 5 June, 2017

I am pleased that part of Abergeldie Road has been resurfaced. Sadly though, the area resurfaced did not include the badly broken area at the junction of Abergeldie Road and Abergeldie Terrace. I will continue to press for this, and other crumbling roads and uneven pavements in our area, to be properly repaired and resurfaced. Sign […]

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Britain’s top men’s professional cycling teams will compete in Round 8 of the Tour Series in Aberdeen on Thursday 25th May. Scottish Cycling will host a range of amateur races between 1.00pm and 6.00pm. The men’s Tour Series gets underway at 7.30pm and the presentation to the winners will be at approximately 9pm. There will be […]

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I am delighted that, after a great deal of pressure, the council has resurfaced Ruthrieston Road outside Ruthrie Court and the section of Ruthrie Road at its junction with Ruthrieston Road. This was in a terrible state. I will keep pressing for other badly broken, potholed and uneven roads and pavements in our area to be resurfaced. […]

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Yet more potholes reported

by Ian Yuill on 21 April, 2017

I have called on council staff to repair potholes and broken areas of road surface on Nellfield Place, Deeside Park and Deeside Drive. Problems with potholes and broken road surfaces will only get worse until the council invests more in repairing and resurfacing crumbling roads and pavements. My Liberal Democrat colleagues and I will continue to […]

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Action needed on crumbling roads and pavements

by Ian Yuill on 8 April, 2017

I am regularly contacted by people concerned at the condition of roads and pavements in our area. Every time this happens I contact the council’s roads staff to highlight residents’ concerns and ask that the section of pavement or road people have contacted me about is inspected and repaired or resurfaced. The roads I have […]

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Council roads staff have now confirmed to me that the pavements of Hutchison Terrace will be resurfaced. The work is scheduled to begin on 3rd July. This is very welcome news. The pavements of Hutchison Terrace are in a disgraceful state. I will continue to press for more pavement and roads in our area to be resurfaced. […]

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South Anderson Drive and Anderson Drive verges

by Ian Yuill on 11 March, 2017

After being contacted by residents, I have once again urged the Chief Executive of Scottish Government agency Transport Scotland to take action to get the many bare and churned up areas on the grass verges of South Anderson Drive and Anderson Drive levelled and re-seeded or re-turfed. These verges are in a disgraceful state and […]

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I have continued to receive complaints from people about inappropriate parking by some of those attending services at St. Francis of Assisi Church on Deeside Drive. This includes obstructing visibility by parking at junctions and parking across driveways. I have raised this with Canon Barry, the Parish Priest, on a number of occasions and he […]

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A new bridge over the River Dee – my views

by Ian Yuill on 19 February, 2017

A number of people have asked me recently what my views are on the proposals to build a new bridge over the River Dee. Why I support building a new bridge I support building a new bridge over the Dee as this will: Increase the capacity of the bridges over the Dee Make is safer […]

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