Parks and Open Spaces
Play Park Optimisation Consultation
A consultation is ongoing as part of a review of children’s play parks aimed at providing the best quality play areas in the best locations with the money available.
Following feedback an additional public meeting will be held in the staff room at Westhill Academy, Hays Way, Westhill AB32 6XZ on Monday 17 November 2014 from 19.00 - 20.00. Paper copies of the questionnaire will be available to complete and return at the meeting.
Feedback can be given via this online questionnaire, the response date has been extended to 14 November 2014.
Please contact 08456 08 12 05 email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the contact us form at the bottom of this page if you have any queries
In order to check that your local play park is managed and maintained by Aberdeenshire Council, and therefore included in the consultation, please open the document below for your ward:
Information for those wishing to rent an allotment.
Tree Maintenance Guidelines
Information for those experiencing issues with trees.
Parks and Open Space Strategy
Following a public consultation the Parks and Open Space Strategy was approved by the six Area Committees and the Infrastructure Services Committee.
- Parks and Open Space Strategy (837kb)
In support of the Open Space Strategy, an audit of Aberdeenshire's public open spaces was carried out during the summer of 2008. The findings were subject of a consultation with local communities, resulting in a summary of the quality and quantity of open space in each settlement of over 200 people. Reference should be made to these statements when considering the provision of open space for new developments, as required under the standards in the Open Space Strategy (Appendix 2).
Circuses and Funfairs
FormYour opportunity to give us feedback on the maintenance of our roads, footpaths and public grounds.
Recreational fishing in Aberdeenshire. Trout and salmon fishing on the River Don, with information on flies and tactics, seasons and permits.
The River Don is recognised as a premier salmon and sea trout river, but is also renowned for the quality of its brown trout fishing. Find out about Trout and Salmon Fishing on the River Don
- New Deer
- New Pitsligo
- Old Deer
- Hatton of Fintray
- Cairnbulg and Inverallochy
- St Cyrus
- Udny Station
- Banchory Devenick
- St Combs
- St Fergus
- Cruden Bay
- New Aberdour
- New Byth
- Chapel of Garioch
- Meikle Wartle
- Old Rayne
- Kirkton/Lyne of Skene