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Legislation and guidance

Contains information on Alcohol and Substance Misuse, Overview, Asbestos, Body piercing, Control of Substances hazardous to Health, Display screen equipment, Electricity at work, The enforcing authority, Fire, First Aid, Gas safety, Golf courses, Hairdresser / Tanning shop, Manual Handling, Working at height, Hotel / Public House, Injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences, Lifting operations and equipment, Management, Noise at work, Offices, Personal and protective equipment, Pressure Systems, Psittacosis, Retail Premises, Sports centre, Tyre and exhaust care, Ultraviolet equipment, Warehouse, Work equipment, Working time regulations, Places of worship.

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/health-and-safety/legislation-and-guidance/

Changes to car parking tariffs

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/car-parking/parking-charges-changes/

Residents Permit Zones in Banchory

Bridge Street Nos. 2 – 24 on the south side Nos. 1 – 13 on the north side Dee Street Nos. 2 – 24 on the west side To south of Rose Villa on the east side Including Dee Lane and Bellfield car park High Street Nos. 16 – 82 on the south side Nos. 17 – 93 on the north side Including Posties Walk Kinneskie Road From High Street to Bridge Street includin...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/car-parking/banchory/

Empty and unfurnished property Council Tax discounts

Where a property is both unoccupied and completely unfurnished an exemption may be awarded for a period of up to 6 months from the date the property was last occupied, provided that the last period of occupation lasted for at least 3 months. To be considered unfurnished, a property must be devoid of all moveable items. Although white goods (built-i...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-tax/exemption-or-discount/unoccupied-property/empty-and-unfurnished-property/

Pleyfauld House Very Sheltered Housing

Pleyfauld House is a very sheltered housing complex set in a quiet residential area in Inverurie. It was a sheltered housing scheme and has been remodelled and refurbished to offer very sheltered housing support. There are 32 self-contained flats, a combination of one or two bedroom flats. Each flat has: gas central heating double glazing controll...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/very-sheltered-housing/very-sheltered-housing-schemes/pleyfauld-house-very-sheltered-housing/

Fuel poverty

I am worried about the increasing cost of fuel and if I will be able to afford to heat my home. We are installing various energy efficiency measures to our properties to help cut energy loss within homes and therefore save you money. We are committed to getting rid of fuel poverty by 2016. Fuel poverty in Scotland is defined as where: A household h...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/housing/tenant-information/energy-efficiency/fuel-poverty/

Fuel poverty strategic outcome statement

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...

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Unplanned or urgent care at home

Aberdeenshire Responders for Care at Home (ARCH) is a 24 hour service for unplanned and urgent care needs. The service is available 365 days a year. Responder teams are based across Aberdeenshire. They work with you, and your families, to prevent a hospital admission and, once medically fit, to promote as early a discharge as possible. To access th...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/unplanned-urgent-home-care/

Hamewith Court and Hamewith Cottages sheltered housing

Hamewith Court and Hamewith Cottages sheltered housing scheme is situated in the large village of Alford. The scheme has 28 self-contained one bedroom flats and 24 cottages. All the properties are connected to the community alarm system. Facilities at the scheme include: a communal lounge communal laundry There are two guest bedrooms, one double ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/housing/housing-options/renting/sheltered-housing/hamewith-court-hamewith-cottages-alford/

Bike Storage

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/transportation/cycling/bike-storage/

Abbey Court Very Sheltered Housing

Abbey Court is a modern, purpose built very sheltered housing complex in Mintlaw. It is set in a quiet residential development close to Aden Country Park. Unlike other very sheltered housing complexes, Abbey Court isn't specifically aimed at older people. There are tenants of various ages. Abbey Court has 22 flats over two floors, each designed to ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/very-sheltered-housing/very-sheltered-housing-schemes/abbey-court-very-sheltered-housing/

Jarvis Court Very Sheltered Housing

Jarvis Court is a modern, purpose built very sheltered housing complex set in a quiet residential area on the outskirts of Fraserburgh. There are 21 flats - 19 self-contained one bedroom flats, one self-contained two bedroom flat, a guest bedroom for tenants’ visitors and a respite flat for respite care or short breaks. Each flat has: gas central ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/very-sheltered-housing/very-sheltered-housing-schemes/jarvis-court-very-sheltered-housing/

Dalvenie Gardens Very Sheltered Housing

Dalvenie Gardens is a modern, purpose built very sheltered housing complex set in a secluded area in Banchory. There are 24 one bedroom self-contained flats in a three storey block. Each flat has a: lounge kitchen bedroom shower room There is also a respite flat for respite care or short breaks.   The facilities at Dalvenie Gardens include: doo...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/very-sheltered-housing/very-sheltered-housing-schemes/dalvenie-gardens-very-sheltered-housing/

Faithlie Care Home

Faithlie care home is in Fraserburgh. It has four wings, over two levels, and can accommodate 33 residents. All bedrooms are fully furnished. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal items. Each bedroom has: a hand washing basin a bed chest of drawers bedside cabinet armchair blinds ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/faithlie-care-home-fraserburgh/

Areas where we have housing properties

Find out from the table below where our council properties are and the number of bedrooms they have. The areas are listed alphabetically. Use these links to find the number and size of properties in the area you are looking for: A - F G - L M - R S - Z   Main Accommodation in each area and number of bedrooms available Bedrooms: Bedsit 1 2 3 4 5...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/housing/housing-options/renting/renting-a-council-property/areas-where-we-have-housing-properties/

Addendum to the Mian issues Report

67 representations were received to the Main Issue Report addendum. On this page you can view the "issues and actions" papers presented to Infrastructure Services Committee on 27 November and cross reference them to the individual representations made A001 Wind energy (PDF 64 Kb) A002 Heat Networks (PDF 27Kb) A003 Housing Land Supply (PDF 83KB) A...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/plans-and-policies/addendum-to-the-mian-issues-report/

Emergency community care service

If you need an urgent community care service call 03456 08 12 06. Our Out of Hours Emergency Service helps anyone experiencing personal or family problems that reach a crisis at nights, weekends or bank holidays. We provide an emergency social care service in situations that can't wait until the social work offices reopen. Calls are screened by exp...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/out-of-hours-emergency-service/

Dawson Court Very Sheltered Housing

Dawson Court is a modern, purpose built very sheltered housing complex set within landscaped gardens. It is situated in a quiet residential area, close to the centre of Turriff. There are 39 flats over three floors, all accessible by lift and stairs. Each flat is suitable for two people and has a: lounge kitchen bedroom bathroom with shower There...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/very-sheltered-housing/very-sheltered-housing-schemes/dawson-court-very-sheltered-housing/

Doocot View Very Sheltered Housing

Doocot View is a purpose built very sheltered housing complex in a quiet residential area of Banff. There are 30 self-contained flats on one level and a day care centre. Each flat has a: lounge kitchen one or two bedrooms shower room There is also a respite flat for respite care or short breaks.  The facilities at Doocot View include: a communal...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/very-sheltered-housing/very-sheltered-housing-schemes/doocot-view-very-sheltered-housing/

Census Profiles for Aberdeenshire

Population and household results from 2011 census for Aberdeenshire compared with Aberdeen City and Scotland. You can also view Aberdeenshire census infographics (pdf 426KB). Population Population totals: Aberdeenshire - 253,00 Aberdeen City - 222,800 Scotland - 5,295,400 Gender Aberdeenshire Aberdeen City Scotland Male 125,300 110,100 2,56...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/statistics/census/census-profiles-2011/

Summerhill House sheltered housing

Summerhill House sheltered housing scheme is situated in the village of Newmachar. The scheme has 24 self-contained one bedroom flats and eight linked cottages. The properties are connected to the community alarm system. Facilities at the scheme include: a communal lounge communal laundry There is one guest bedroom available for use by relatives ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/housing/housing-options/renting/sheltered-housing/summerhill-house-newmachar/

Repair categories and timescales

When you request a repair it is given a priority rating. The rating is based on the nature of the work required. These priorities determine the urgency of the work and the related timescale for completion. Our repair categories and timescales are: Callout Attend within 2 hrs complete within 24 hrs Emergency repair Attend and complete within 24...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/housing/tenant-information/repairs-and-maintenance/repair-categories-and-timescales/

Parking Fines (Excess Charge Notices)

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 Contact details Car parks privacy notices The quicker you react, the less you pay. View our payment scales.  Rea...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/car-parking/parking-fines/

Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences

Safety at work is imperative and it is the main aim of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 to ensure that employees and those affected by work activities do not become ill or injured. Find out about Main Provisions, When to make a Report and References However, in some circumstances, events may result in an injury, disease or dangerous occu...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/health-and-safety/legislation-and-guidance/injuries-diseases-and-dangerous-occurrences/

Educational Psychology Service

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/eps/

Planning your Journey in Aberdeenshire and Beyond

Planning your journey couldn't be easier. Simply follow the link below to access Traveline Scotland journey planning website. Traveline Scotland provides up to date, impartial public transport journey planning and timetables. You can plan a journey between any two locations in Scotland on this website, or to speak to an adviser, call 0871 200 22 33...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/public-transport/planning-your-journey-in-aberdeenshire-and-beyond/

Traffic Capacity Studies

Traffic Capacity Studies look at options for future growth in housing and employment land and the effect that this growth will have on local traffic. The studies are town-specific and have been used in support of the emerging Aberdeenshire Local Development Plan. A90 South Comparative Appraisal of Major Sites Study Brief 24 September 2009 (pdf, 570...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/transportation/traffic-capacity-studies/

Issues for the Main Issues Report

A key part of preparing a Main Issues Report is identifying the 'main issues', at both a settlement and policy level. This will enable the preparation of the next Local Development Plan (LDP) to focus on what needs to change, in terms of the policy framework and the scale and location of new development allocations. The Development Plan Scheme note...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/plans-and-policies/issues-for-the-main-issues-report/

Food advice for voluntary groups - Coronavirus

For voluntary groups or community groups providing meals or food deliveries, know how to keep your community safe: Food advice for voluntary groups and consumers Food allergies Food labelling Food advice for voluntary groups and consumers Food Standards Scotland has published specific coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and FAQ on their consumer advice...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/environment/environmental-health-covid-19/food-advice-voluntary-groups-covid-19/

Care homes

Care homes provide round the clock care and support to people who have an assessed need for the service. All care homes offer: a room of your own all meals, snacks and refreshments care and support staff, 24 hours a day help with personal care and everyday activities help with continuing your social and leisure pursuits and developing new interest...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/

Very Sheltered Housing

Very Sheltered Housing lets older people or people with disabilities keep their independence and privacy while making sure care and support is provided. It is usually offered to people who are 60 years of age or above and vulnerable in their current accommodation. Younger applicants may be considered depending on their circumstances. Applicants are...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/very-sheltered-housing/

Fisheries industry sector

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/support-and-advice/industry-sectors/fishing/

Durnhythe Care Home

Durnhythe care home is in peaceful surroundings in Portsoy, close to the village centre. It is a two storey building and can accommodate 33 residents. All bedrooms are fully furnished. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal items. Each bedroom has a lockable space for safe keeping o...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/durnhythe-care-home-portsoy/

Grangepark Care Home

Grangepark care home is in Peterhead, close to local amenities. It is on one level and can accommodate 32 residents. All bedrooms are fully furnished. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal items. Each room has: en-suite toilet and wash hand basin adjustable heating a bed wardrobe ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/grangepark-care-home-peterhead/

Ythanvale Care Home

Ythanvale care home is in the heart of Ellon, close to Gordon Park and local amenities. It has three wings and can accommodate 30 residents. All bedrooms are fully furnished. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal items. Each room has: en-suite toilet and wash hand basin adjustable...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/ythanvale-care-home-ellon/

Bennachie View Care Home

Bennachie View care home is in Inverurie. It can accommodate 48 residents, with four households of 12 bedrooms. All bedrooms are fully furnished. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal items. Each bedroom has: a bed chest of drawers bedside cabinet armchair blinds curtains bedding ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/bennachie-view-care-home-inverurie/

Westbank Care Home

Westbank Care Home is in Oldmeldrum, close to the shops. It has three floors, each with a small balcony area, and can accommodate 32 residents. All bedrooms are fully furnished. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal items. Each room has: a bed wardrobe space chest of drawers bedsi...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/westbank-care-home-oldmeldrum/

Edenholme Care Home

Edenholme care home is in Stonehaven. It can accommodate 60 residents and is divided into five households of 12 rooms. Each bedroom is fully furnished. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal items. Each bedroom has: a bed chest of drawers bedside cabinet armchair blinds curtains be...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/edenholme-care-home-stonehaven/

Allachburn Care Home

Allachburn is in a quiet part of Aboyne, in extensive grounds. It is on one floor and can accommodate 30 residents, in three wings. Each bedroom is fully furnished and has a lockable space for safe keeping of small valuables and belongings. You can personalise your room by bringing some of your favourite furniture, photographs or other personal ite...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-homes/council-care-homes/allachburn-care-home-aboyne/

Public and private roads

We repair and maintain most roads and pavements in Aberdeenshire. On this page you can find out more about: Public roads Private roads 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. Public roads The statutory list of publi...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/roads/public-and-private-roads/

Hire Minibus

Aberdeenshire council Minibuses are charged at 98 pence a mile. If a council driver is required then a charge of £12.18 per hour is made. All minibuses must be returned in a clean and tidy condition, a surcharge of up to £30 may be levied if cleaning needs to be undertaken.  Terms and Conditions of Hire Aberdeenshire Council minibuses are only ava...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/public-transport/community-transport/minibus-hire/

Support and training for foster carers

We recognise how important support and training is to all foster carers, regardless of the type of foster care being given. We provide: support and supervision from a designated Family Placement social worker a 24 hour foster carer helpline, operated by experienced staff regular foster carer support groups, including events and groups for the birt...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/fostering/support-and-training-for-foster-carers/

Census Profiles for Aberdeenshire

2001 Census Profile 2001 Census Profile - Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City, Scotland (pdf 22kb) 2001 profile of population and households. Resident Profile by population, age group, ethnic group, migration, employment, long-term illness Population Table showing resident population statistics for Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City and Scotland Gender Aber...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/statistics/census/census-profiles-2001/

Dalvenie Gardens respite flat

Dalvenie Gardens is a modern, purpose built very sheltered housing complex in Banchory for older people and people with complex care needs. We lease and furnish a flat at Dalvenie Gardens to provide a short break respite service so we can work out the need for this type of facility. The flat is self-contained and spacious. It has its own front do...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/caring-for-others/short-breaks-respite-care/dalvenie-gardens-respite/

Census Profiles for Aberdeenshire

1991 Census Profile Comparable Profile derived from the 1991 Census. 1991 Census Profile - Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City, Scotland (pdf 22kb) 1991 profile of population and households. Resident Profile by population, age group, ethnic group, migration, employment, long-term illness Population Gender Aberdeenshire Aberdeen City Scotland Male ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/statistics/census/census-profiles-1991/

Student Council Tax discount or exemption

To qualify for a Council Tax discount or exemption as a student, you must either: study for 24 weeks for 21 hours per week in each academic year  be a foreign language assistant working in a school or other educational establishment and be registered with the British Council  be under 20 years old and be studying for a non-advanced course for at l...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-tax/exemption-or-discount/occupied-by-students/

Who to phone in an emergency

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/contact-us/emergency-contacts/

Working Time Regulations

A motivated and alert work force works efficiently and effectively. When people work too many hours accidents happen, mistakes are made and nobody profits. The Working Time Regulations represent minimum standards for workers while allowing flexibility in how those standards are applied. Definitions Working time When someone is working at ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/health-and-safety/legislation-and-guidance/working-time-regulations/

Recumbent Stone Circles

The Recumbent Stone Circle (RSC) is Aberdeenshire's unique contribution to the tradition of erecting rings of standing stones which was current in certain parts of Britain and Ireland during the third and second millennia BC. Up to 99 examples have been recorded, with diameters ranging from 18.2 m to 24.4 m. The distinctive feature of the RSC is th...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/archaeology/special-archaeology-in-the-area/recumbent-stone-circles/

Sailing, Powerboating and Windsurfing

Guidance for Leaders Glossary Cruising Dinghies Power Boating Windsurfing Life jacket, buoyancy aid and helmet requirements (pdf 22KB) Beaufort Wind Scale (pdf 24KB) Sailing is a multi disciplined activity, offering continuing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Depending on the nature of sailing undertaken, it can provide excell...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/outdoor/activities/sailing-including-powerboating-and-windsurfing/

Winter maintenance resources

The provision of the winter maintenance service costs the council in the region of £4 million to £9 million depending on the severity of the winter. Over the winter period we expect to use between 40,000 tonnes and 55,000 tonnes of salt and spend between £1.9 million to £2.9 million on winter plant (such as snow ploughs, gritters, tractors). Our wo...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/roads/winter-maintenance/resources-and-limitations/

Dawson Court respite flat

Dawson Court is a modern, purpose built very sheltered housing complex in Turriff for older people and people with complex care needs. A flat at Dawson Court is furnished to provide a short break respite service, so we can work out if there is a need for this facility. Short break respite accommodation gives you the opportunity for a relaxed and en...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/caring-for-others/short-breaks-respite-care/dawson-court-respite/

Jarvis Court respite flat

Jarvis Court is a modern purpose built development of very sheltered housing complex for older people and people with complex care needs. We lease and furnish a flat at Jarvis Court to provide a short break respite service, so we can work out if there is a need for this type of facility. Short break respite accommodation is provided to give you the...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/caring-for-others/short-breaks-respite-care/jarvis-court-respite/

Become a Shared Lives Carer

This is a rewarding job you can do from home and make a real difference to people's lives. Anyone can do it! You may not think you have the expertise to care for someone, but Shared Lives recognises that everyone has their own skill set. These differing skills make for a successful team helping people to fulfil their potential. The Shared Lives Sc...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/day-services-for-adults-with-disabilities/shared-lives-scheme/become-shared-lives-carer/

Ready2Go conditions of booking and carriage

Passengers will only be carried if they have a booking and have received confirmation of their pick-up time. Passengers should hold a valid ticket (or free bus pass) or pay the appropriate fare when boarding the bus.  Passengers attempting to hail the bus or board it without a booking will not be carried. Bookings must be made using the Ready2Go ap...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/public-transport/ready2go-conditions-of-booking-and-carriage/

Care and support at home

We provide a range of Care at Home services for people who need support to live independently at home. The services provide support and practical help in your own home. Care at Home is available from early morning to late evening, every day of the year. In exceptional circumstances, or where people experience a crisis, we can arrange for Home Carer...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/care-at-home-services/

Domestic abuse services and support

This page provides information on the support and services available to those affected by domestic violence and abuse in Aberdeenshire. Domestic violence and abuse includes physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse in couple relationships or between family members. There are different kinds of abuse, but it is always about having power and co...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/living-independently/domestic-abuse-services/

Historical Maps of Aberdeenshire

The National Map Library of Scotland has recently digitised a large part of its historical map collection and made it available online. Below are links to those maps that cover Aberdeenshire. Please note the Trustees of the National Library of Scotland retain full copyright of all images on their website. All images courtesy of National Map Library...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/archaeology/historical-maps/historical-maps-of-aberdeenshire/

Digital Connectivity

On this page you can find out more information about digital connectivity. Broadband We recognise the importance of high quality digital connectivity to our citizens and has been at the forefront of efforts to improve infrastructure and services to businesses and residents in the area. Significant increases in the number of premises able to access ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/support-and-advice/communities/digital-connectivity/

Previous European Parliament Election results

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections/results/eu-elections/

Odours

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/environment/environmental-health/odours/

What road maintenance we perform

We maintain over 5400 kilometres of roads within Aberdeenshire and are fully committed to improving the condition of these roads. View more information on the following road maintenance that we perform: Report a road fault Road inspections Potholes Footpaths Road excavation Drainage Verges Report a road fault You can report a non-emergency road f...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/roads/maintenance/maintenance-we-perform/

Car parks in Aberdeenshire

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/car-parking/car-parks/

Local Development Plan Newsletter: September 2021

Issue 32 Welcome This newsletter is produced to ensure that our customers can continue to receive an up-to-date picture of progress on the Aberdeenshire Local Development Plan 2022. This month we are pleased to advise that the there is evidence of active work being undertaken on the Examination Like so many things the Reporters have been working ha...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/plans-and-policies/local-development-plan-newsletter/

Planning advice on re-opening your business

This note has been prepared to assist local businesses as they take the first steps to reopening as we move within the easing of lockdown measures. Cognisance is to be had to all guidance and temporary legislation that has been produced by the Scottish Government, amongst them the advice provided by the Chief Planner who has previously advised coun...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/covid-19/reopening-businesses/reopening-businesses-planning/

Restrictions on bridges

View information on weight, height, load and width restrictions on bridges in Aberdeenshire: Weight restrictions  Height restrictions  Load restrictions Width restrictions Bridges with weight restrictions These bridges have signs advising of the weight restrictions. Road number Grid reference Bridge name Route Weight A939 NJ 295 007 Gairnshi...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/roads/maintenance/bridges/bridge-restriction/

Boat hire licence

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...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/licensing/licences-and-permits/boat-hire/

Community based transport services

Community transport services Aberdeenshire Community Transport Forum (ACTF) Community transport training Community transport funding Community transport services This list highlights some of the community transport services operating within the Aberdeenshire area. Please note that this list is not comprehensive - there are other projects that pro...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/public-transport/community-transport/advice/

Health, Safety and Welfare

The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations relate to the suitability of all workplaces for all members of the workforce including those with disabilities. These regulations relate to premises with employees and not those with only self employed persons. So what is a suitable workplace? There are specific requirements laid down ...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/health-and-safety/legislation-and-guidance/health-safety-and-welfare/

Closed education consultations

Find out more about closed consultations: Rezone of Hillside School Catchment Relocation of Peterhead Academy Review of Inverurie Primary School Catchment Area Blairs housing development rezoning Fraserburgh Primary Schools Peterhead Community Campus Relocation of St Andrew’s School to Inverurie Community Campus Review of Stonehaven Town Primary S...

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/school-info/education-consultations/education-consultations-archive/