Monthly Archive: July 2014

Jul 21

Two Temporary Traffic Orders: Belmont Street & Union Street, Albyn & More!

Start Date and Time : 26 July 2014 06:00 End Date and Time : 26 July 2014 17:00 Location : Belmont Street Country Fair and Street Market Description : The order provides for the Belmont Street Country Fair and Street Market. The effect of the order, which will operate between 06:.00 and 17:00 on Saturday, 26 July, 2014, impose a …

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Jul 18

Update: Application for the Former St Nicholas House site

The Aberdeen City Council planning department have recommended that the application for the former St Nicholas House site be deferred until a public hearing can be held. in the report which you can read here states the reasons as “This application relates to land currently owned by Aberdeen City Council, and has attracted a significant body of …

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Jul 14

New Temporary Traffic Order – Diamond Place

Start Date and Time : 14 July 2014 07:00  End Date and Time : 18 July 2014 23:59  Location : Diamond Place  Description : There is to be imposed a temporary prohibition of driving on Diamond Place, Aberdeen, between its junction with Diamond Street and Union Terrace which will operate from 14 July 2014 for up to 4 …

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Jul 08

New Emergency Road Closure Imposed – Esslemont Avenue.

Start Date and Time : 09 July 2014 09:30  Location : Esslemont Avenue.  Description : ABERDEEN CITY COUNCIL HEREBY GIVES NOTICE UNDER THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1984 OF TEMPORARY RESTRICTION OF TRAFFIC. Esslemont Avenue will be closed between its junctions with Skene Street and Whitehall Place between 09:30 and 11:30 on the 9th of July, 2014. In the …

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Jul 05

Concerns about the amount of graffiti in the City

We are concerned about the amount of graffiti that has been appearing in and around the city! We are not talking about art but this “tagging” that goes on in various places. After our very successful re-paint of the Arches in Union Terrace gardens we were very disappointed to see it targeted the very next day after …

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