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Infrastructure Services

The Infrastructure Service covers six main functional areas:

  • Economic Development
  • Planning and Building Standards
  • Property and Facilities Management
  • Protective Services and Waste Management
  • Roads and Landscape Services
  • Transportation

Economic Development

Economic Development provides the Council's main link with the business sector which includes the following areas:

Planning and Building Standards

Planning and Building Standards includes the following service functions:

Click below to see the latest business plan on policy and environment:

Property and Facilities Management

Property has responsibility for the Council's property related interests and provides services for the following functions:

Aberdeenshire Council has a responsibility for land, buildings and other assets. These include operational property such as schools, libraries, sports facilities, old peoples homes, hostels and administrative offices from which services are provided to the public.

In order to utilise these operational assets efficiently, Aberdeenshire Council has produced the Corporate Asset Management Plan.The plan outlines the councils' approach to Asset Management and summarises projects identified following asset based service reviews.

This plan will be reviewed and updated annually to ensure strategies correspond with the Council's strategic priorities, best value and the needs of communities.

Protective Services and Waste Management

The range of duties covered is very wide and a great deal of legislation developed by the European Community impacts upon the service.

Responsibilities cover the following functions:

Roads and Landscape Services