Culter Community Council

Culter Community Council serves the village of Peterculter (known locally as ‘Culter’) and the surrounding countryside within the city limits of the city of Aberdeen in Scotland.

What is a Community Council?

A Community Council is a voluntary organisation set up by statute by the Local Authority and run by local residents to act on behalf of its area. As the most local tier of elected representation, Community Councils play an important role in local democracy.

The role of the Community Council is to ascertain, co-ordinate and express to the local authorities for the area and to public authorities, the views of the people of Culter on areas such as planning, licensing, roads and transportation, public services, facilities maintenance and any other matters affecting the community as a whole. The Community Council is not affiliated to any political party.

The council meets monthly and minutes of the meetings can be found on this website.

 

More information on Community Councils can be found by clicking here.

We want to hear what you think about the future of Culter

The next revision of the Local Development Plan is under way.  A number of sites have been nominated, and we are very keen to hear your views on these sites.  Which do you want to see developed, and which do you want to see kept as they are?
Click here to complete a short survey.

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Latest News

 

Rob Roy statue unveiled – Saturday 16th September 2017

Next Community Council Meeting

Thursday 11th October 2018

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Deadline for articles for next Culter Courier

28th September 2018

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Publication date: 9th November 2018

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