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Ready For Winter

As the nights drawn in, communities across Aberdeenshire are thinking ahead and preparing for the winter season. By taking a few simple steps now, whether at home, on the move or at work, you could save trouble and effort later if extreme weather occurs. Don’t let winter catch you out this year. Get prepared, so you can cope with whatever it brings. For more information visit http://www.readyscotland.org

Happy Christmas

This year’s Aberdeenshire Council Christmas e-card is now available from the council’s website for all to share seasonal greetings. Council staff and the wider public are encouraged to use the e-card, which showcases Aberdeenshire’s stunning winter landscapes, as an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional printed cards. The Christmas e-card is available for all to share by clicking here.

Property for Sale and Lease

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.

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Aberdeenshire Provost makes Christmas charity donation

Aberdeenshire Provost, Jill Webster, has chosen Grampian Child Bereavement Network as the beneficiaries of her Christmas donation on behalf of Aberdeenshire Council this year.


Council urges communities to look in on elderly and vulnerable neighbours during festive period

Aberdeenshire Council is urging residents to look in on their neighbours during the festive period, especially if they are elderly or vulnerable.


Committee round-up: Scrutiny and Audit Committee 11.12.14

Matters raised during internal audit investigations, expenditure on the council’s key areas of development and risk management were among items discussed at the latest meeting of the Scrutiny and Audit Committee.


Committee round-up: Education, Learning and Leisure 4.12.14

Service performance, the condition and suitability of the school estate, and enhanced provision for pupils were among items discussed at the latest meeting of the Education, Learning and Leisure Committee.


Arrangements for refuse and recycling collections over festive period

Most refuse and recycling collections during the festive period will continue as normal expect for Christmas Day and New Year's Day which will be collected the following Saturday. This year, 96,000 households will be able to recycle turkey bones and leftover brussel sprouts using the new food waste service.

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