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Next Meeting

Wednesday 20th October
at 7.30pm.
in the Skateraw Hall


Locality Plan

The Locality Plan has now been adopted by the Community Council. It is proposed that the document will be updated from time to time as circumstances change. If you agree or disagree with what has already been written, then let us know.
Download the plan here.

NESTRANS

NESTRANS (the Regional Transport Partnership for Aberdeen City and Shire) is carrying out a study to investigate transport problems and opportunities between Aberdeen and Laurencekirk. The main aim of this study is to identify options that will encourage more people to travel sustainably for trips along the corridor (i.e. walking, cycling and using public transport), particularly for regular commuting journeys.

Views will be gathered through an online public survey, which will be available to complete from Monday 20th September to Monday 18th October 2021 from https://www.nestrans.org.uk/southcorridorstudy. View our response here.

View our response to the NESTRANS 2040 Draft Regional Transport Strategy here.

Latest Police Report

Read Report here.

Garden Waste Collection 2021

The collection of garden waste from the Bettridge Centre on Saturdays will be between 8am and 11.40am. This service runs from 10th April to 30th October.

Your Community Council

Newtonhill, Muchalls & Cammachmore

Newtonhill is a coastal village situated approximately twelve miles south of Aberdeen in the historic region of Kincardineshire. The population of Newtonhill is now over 3000 and is growing. Muchalls, a much smaller village, is just south of Newtonhill whilst Cammachmore is situated to the north of Newtonhill.

The role of the community council is to represent the views of the local community. The Community Action Plan has now been accepted and may be viewed here.

Members of the public are always welcome to come along to any of our meetings. There is a vacancy for a resident of Newtonhill to join the Community Council. If you are interested in getting involved in local matters or you just want to know what is going on, then you would be most welcome to join us.

Read more about us.