The website for everyone in the Old Aberdeen community

Old Aberdeen


Next  meeting of the Old Aberdeen

Community Council :

Tuesday,  18th December at 7.30PM at
Old Aberdeen Town House - top floor.

We hope these pages will provide you with a wide range of information about the area, including planning issues, local businesses and information for tourists. You can come along to any of the Community Council’s monthly meetings, or contact us through our mail address:

Local organisations and businesses are invited to provide input about what they offer and to send in any topical news, too.

For any communication regarding this web site, please contact:

The minutes for the last meeting should  be <HERE>, but - if they’re not, -  we may be a bit late!

Meeting agenda for the November meeting:

Present and apologies

Minutes of previous meeting and matters arising

Police update (if available)

Souvlaki Aberdeen - proposal

UoA update (if available)

AUSA reps update (if available) 

Seaton Park update (if available)

St Peter’s School consultation

Other local issues

>  Restoration of Don St / Cheyne Rd "Island Garden"

>  Proposal for a funding application to develop a Local Plan for Old Aberdeen

>  Missing bench on St Machar Drive

Planning issues

City Councillors’ update including, where applicable;-

>  Removal of illicit gate off Kings Crescent  (Cllr. Hutchison) 

>  College Bounds bus gate – ineffective traffic control (Cllrs. Grant / McLellan)

Treasurer’s report

Reports of other meetings attended & forthcoming meetings

Date and venue for next meeting;  18th December?

Representations from members of the public and AOB

Election of Office Bearers for the OACC

Data Protection

While the Old Aberdeen Community Council has been  registered under the Data Protection Act for many years, the advent of the General Data Protection Register has required a re-visit to this subject which has included a requirement to provide a ‘Privacy Notice’ to clarify who we are ,what information we hold, why and for how long.

This is now available on this web site and can be accessed by clicking here.