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Older Peoples Day

Wednesday 1st October is International Older People’s Day. Every year Aberdeenshire Council celebrates this day by highlighting the contribution older people make to communities across Aberdeenshire. Older people quite often are at the heart of the community they live in, providing vital services. We would like to take today to thank older people who make such a difference to the area we live in
If you want to learn more about Older People’s Day please click here

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We own and manage in excess of 500 sites/units in 41 business locations including residential, industrial and office properties. Have a look at what is available.


The creation of a single police service in Scotland in April last year meant that there was a need tochange the way that the police in Scotland would be held to account. An independent body called the Police Investigations & Review Commissioner (PIRC) was established. The current Commissioner is Professor John McNeill.

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Self Directed Support service launched in Aberdeenshire

Leading social care charity, Cornerstone, today (Monday, September 29) launched a new service aimed at helping people in Aberdeenshire make informed choices and take more control over the care they receive.

Aberdeenshire Council offering advice to homeowners on maintaining and repairing their homes

Aberdeenshire Council are to hold a series of events giving advice to home owners and private tenants on carrying out repairs, maintenance, improvements or adaptations to their homes.

Committee round-up: Aberdeenshire Council 25.09.14

Aberdeenshire Council met on Thursday, September 25 to discuss a range of reports including the annual performance report 2013/14 and external auditor's report as well as the planning application for the construction of onshore electrical transmission cables. Councillors also approved the process for the recruitment of a new Chief Executive.

Scrutiny and Audit Committee 24 September 2014

The External Auditors' Report, an update on End Year Flexibility and the National Fraud Initiative 2012/13 report were among the items for discussion at this month's meeting of Scrutiny and Audit Committee.

Befriending project helps people to live independently in their own homes

A befriending service for older people in Kincardine and Deeside has so far helped nearly 20 people in the area to live independently in their own home

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