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In January 2019 changes to car parking tariffs were discussed by the Full Council, where local councillors had a full and wide ranging debate on the issues. It was agreed that proposed tariffs would be included as a Schedule to go out with an Aberdeenshire wide Off-Street Parking Order for Statutory and Public Consultation. The new Off-Street Parki...
Nos. 2 – 24 on the south side Nos. 1 – 13 on the north side
Nos. 2 – 24 on the west side To south of Rose Villa on the east side Including Dee Lane and Bellfield car park
Nos. 16 – 82 on the south side Nos. 17 – 93 on the north side Including Posties Walk
From High Street to Bridge Street includin...
The fuel poverty strategic outcome statement and action plan aim to eradicate fuel poverty for all properties, as far as is reasonably practicable, by 2016. Fuel poverty will be decreased by 5% each year across all tenures. This strategic outcome statement demonstrates our commitment to eradicating fuel poverty.
A household is in fuel poverty if, i...
Cycle racks and lockers
Aberdeenshire council is committed to providing integrated cycle and public transport facilities for longer journeys within the area, such as cycle racks and lockers at stations and the provision to carry cycles on buses and trains. Cycle lockers have been installed at all the railway stations in Aberdeenshire and at Park an...
We issue car parking fines when you have not adhered to the conditions of use of a car park. Find out more about:
Reasons you may have received a parking fine
How to pay a parking fine
How to appeal a parking fine
Processing an appeal
Car parks privacy notices
The quicker you react, the less you pay. View our payment scales.
Educational Psychologists (EPs) aim to make a positive difference to the lives of all children and young people across Aberdeenshire from pre-birth to 24 years old. This is achieved through working collaboratively with children, young people, families, educational staff, local authority colleagues and a wide range of other professionals.
We have sk...
Economic Development acts as a link between the council and the fishing and seafood sectors, both onshore and offshore.
The service provides advice and support to fishing and seafood enterprises along with access to information on trade and business development opportunities and structural funding schemes which enable businesses and fisheries depen...
We repair and maintain most roads and pavements in Aberdeenshire. On this page you can find out more about:
We are not responsible for maintaining trunk roads (A90, A96 and the A92 from Stonehaven Junction to Charleston Junction). They are managed and maintained by BEAR Scotland.
The statutory list of publi...
In addition to the challenges posed by the recent winter weather, we are targeting our resources to respond to the impact of Storm Arwen. We have redeployed staff from across to the council to: perform critical duties; staff our assistance hotline; and to provide on the ground support for our communities.We are responding to enquiries in date and p...
View details of European Parliament Election results:
2019 European Parliament Election
2014 European Parliament Election
2019 European Parliament Election
Polls to elect the 6 members of the European Parliament for the Electoral Region of Scotland took place on Thursday, 23rd May 2019 between 7am and 10pm.
The count for the Aberdeenshire local c...
An odour can be defined as a smell that is detectable. People have different abilities and tolerances of odours, and as such, we are faced with an often difficult task of establishing whether the odour is bad enough to cause a 'nuisance' or simply causes annoyance.
There are no laws that relate specifically to odour, nor is there a fixed level whic...
Parking charges are to be reintroduced at pay and display car-parks from week beginning Monday, 4th January 2021.
A pay and display ticket or cashless parking payment is valid in any car park within the same town, during the period for which payment has been made.
Search for car parks, and the type of spaces available, by town name. You can also v...
Please note that at the moment, council offices are closed and officers are working from home due to coronavirus. There may be a delay in processing paper application. Find out more about changes to licensing services.
A boat hire licence is required for the use of a vessel, in the course of trade or business, for the purpose of letting it for hire...