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Music For Free

Library members can now enjoy Freegal a digital music service and download three music tracks or one music video every week. You can also stream three hours of music every day from the latest chart hits to classical, pop, jazz, folk and rock.

Not a member? Join now at your library to get access to all the hits.

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Proposed Local Development Plan

Aberdeenshire Council has published its Proposed Local Development Plan on which we would welcome your comments. It is a document that will shape the future of development in Aberdeenshire for the next 10 years. The closing date for representations is Friday May 8, 2015. 

The plan can be viewed here.


Aberdeen City Region Deal

Aberdeenshire Council and Aberdeen City Council are working with the private sector to develop an Aberdeen City Region deal which could release billions of pounds for investment in a range of projects for the area.


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Consultation begins on future planning blueprint for Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire's Proposed Local Development Plan has now been published (Fri, Mar 27) and is available for public comment until May 8. It represents the 'settled view' of Aberdeenshire Council and identifies sites for development and the policies to be used when making decisions on planning applications.

Hearing to take place on proposed Banchory development

A pre-determination hearing will be held next month (Mon, Apr 20) to discuss a planning application for a development at Braehead, Banchory. The application is for a mixed-use development including residential dwellings and a health centre was submitted in January 2015.

Easter Beasties, Boccia and Body Zorbing all part of Easter Holiday Programme

A wide range of sport, recreational and physical activities are available from Monday, April 6 for young people across Aberdeenshire as part of the council's Easter holiday programme.

Low cost housing option available in Memsie and Inverallochy

First-time buyers and those on the council house waiting list (Apply4Homes) are among those eligible to buy new affordable housing in Memsie and Inverallochy

Education, Learning and Leisure Committee update - Consultation on new school, new teachers, school leavers and more

Councillors on Aberdeenshire Council's Education, Learning and Leisure Committee recently (Thursday, March 26) discussed a range of items including a consultation on a new Markethill Primary School for Turriff as well as school-leavers and recruiting new teachers.

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