Work is to be done on Lovers' Walk and the Deeside Way over the next few weeks: 26th April to 8th May - tree pruning and dead/ damaged tree removal on Lovers Walk + Deeside Way – safety precautions in place during operations only – no closure anticipated. 10th to 16th May - Intermittent lorry access for materials delivery for Lovers Walk civil works by contractor Nicol of Skene via Deeside Way from Culter Station end, approx. 250m eastwards to offload point down to Lovers Walk – safety...
Culter Community Council held their monthly meeting on Thursday 16th April and the following highlights were among the items discussed. Full minutes of this meeting will be available in due course on at https://www.cultercc.org.uk/minutes/ : It was decided to issue some highlights of our meetings in this way via Facebook as soon after our meetings as possible in advance of the official minutes to help communication in a more timely fashion. Some of our young people decided to light a fire in...
Aberdeen City Council has notified us of the following: New Temporary Traffic Lights Imposed - MALCOLM ROAD, PETERCULTER. A New Temporary Traffic Lights has been imposed with the following details : Category :Temporary Traffic Signals Traffic Order Number : 2021/055/TTL Emergency : No Start Date and Time : 17 March 2021 16:00 End Date and Time : 19 April 2021 16:00 Location : MALCOLM ROAD, PETERCULTER. Description : Temporary signals in use for BT works - just north of Crombie Circle. Working...
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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.
Next Community Council Meeting
Thursday 17th May 2021, 7pm
Next Culter Courier
May 2021 publication due soon
7th May 2021