Your Community Councillors are members of the community elected to represent the views of residents in our area in relation to matters for which the local authority is responsible. Our job is to find out what the community wants and take such action as appears to be expedient and practicable. 

We meet in public once a month to discuss issues of current concern in the area.  To find out the venue and dates of our meetings, please refer to the "Events Calendar".

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Our  meetings are normally  held on the first Tuesday of the month 7.30 pm Craigiebuckler Church, Douglas Lounge. Due to the Coronovirus pandemic we will be holding monthly online meetings  -   All welcome to join us online.

Our next monthly meeting is by video conferencing on Tuesday 3rd May 2022 at 7 pm. If you wish to join us, please email William Sell at craigseacc@hotmail.co.uk

The general purpose of Community Councils is to act as a voice for their local area. This will involve them articulating the views and concerns of local people in their area on a wide range of issues of public concern and make representations to the Local Authority, other public sector bodies and private agencies on matters within their sphere of interest.

Community Councils are a statutory consultee on all planning applications and licensing applications relating to liquor. We are looking for residents of Craigiebuckler, Seafield and Countesswells to join us on the Community Council, so please get in touch at email craigseacc@hotmail.co.uk to find out more.

Normally members of the Community are invited to the regular Community Council meetings which are held in the Douglas Lounge, Craigiebuckler Church Hall Complex from 7.30 – 9.30pm. These are open meetings and residents are welcome to attend.

To comply with Coronavirus instructions from National Government and Aberdeen City Council, face-to-face meetings are cancelled. We are not at present able to forecast dates or book space for any possible forthcoming face-to-face meetings. Please keep visiting this page to be kept up to date. 

Local residents are invited to submit any issues they wish the Community Council to discuss in advance of any of the meetings and by email to craigseacc.hotmail.co.uk

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Greenspace between Countesswells Avenue and Springfield Road-known ancedotally as the Culter Bypass and/or Springfield Meadows

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 Culter Bypass waterlogged


James Hutton Institute Development 

The Hutton Institute and "Macaulay Development Trust" have plans for developing the land around the Hutton Institute in Craigiebuckler. They have published a public consultation process.
Consultation information including exhibition boards will be available on their website www.hutton.ac.uk from Wednesday 2nd March 2022.
A public drop-in event will take place on Wednesday 9 March 2022 at Craigiebuckler, from 2:00 to 8:00 pm. Following this session, public information will remain available on site for members of the public to view until Wednesday 23 March.
More information on their website: Click on Link

Former Treetops Housing Development

Malcolm Allan Housebuilders have submitted a planning application for 

Residential development of 89 units (including 25% affordable) comprising 54 houses and 35 flats over 3, 4 and 6 storey blocks, and associated roads and parking, drainage infrastructure, open space and landscaping.

Click on Link for more details and to submit your comments, let the Community Council know your views emailing your comments to craigseacc@hotmail.co.uk or attend our virtual meeting on 2nd November.

Local History - New Housing Development in 1953

Stewarts Houses

Stewarts Houses

Community Planning Simulator

Please see details of a new Community Planning "What Is Important To You" online simulator.
This Simulator enables those taking part to identify priorities, which will inform the development and focus of the refreshed 'Local Outcome Improvement Plan'.
This will be one of many tools and opportunities for engagement with communities and stakeholders across the city as we move into the year ahead, and presents an opportunity for even more community input into decision making and service delivery for the future.
Open until 31st March- Get Started - click on link:

Refusal of controversial Rubislaw Quarry flats plans overturned by appeal

Disappointing to hear that the Council’s decision to refuse planning permission for the Rubislaw Quarry development has been overturned on appeal after being voted down unanimously by councillors.

New Fire and Smoke Alarm Regulations

New regulations<https://www.gov.scot/publications/fire-and-smoke-alarms-in-scottish-homes/> are coming into force in February next year.  They cover all homes.  The obligation to comply rests with owners and landlords - so if you rent your place, make sure your landlord is getting on with the required work, and if you own your home, it's down to you.

 The new standard requires:


  *   one smoke alarm installed in the room most frequently used for general daytime living purposes

  *   one smoke alarm in every circulation space on each storey, such as hallways and landings

  *   one heat alarm installed in every kitchen


All alarms should be ceiling-mounted and interlinked.

Where there is a carbon-fuelled appliance (such as boilers, fires - including open fires - and heaters) or a flue, a carbon monoxide detector is also required which does not need to be linked to the fire alarms.

Plans for an Aldi store have been approved

The proposals for the supermarket in Countesswells Road, opposite the Robert Gordon’s College playing fields, were approved at a meeting of the planning committee on 24/09/20.