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Welcome to Nigg Community Council

Nigg is an area situated on the southern edge of the City of Aberdeen. Consisting of mainly residential properties with Green Belt and Country Parks plus some Business Units.

The area of Nigg is unique in that the geographical position is such that most of the City of Aberdeen can be viewed from the area plus Royal Deeside, such as Lochnagar on the Queen’s Balmoral Estate.

The Community Council in Nigg was established over ten years ago, primarily to keep the only remaining piece of Green Belt land in the south of Aberdeen City. Nigg Community Council is committed to keeping the area as green as possible for the benefit of not only the residents but also workers in the area and visitors.

Nigg is fortunate in having the Lochinch Interpretation Centre in it’s area alongside the Loch of Loirston - the habitat of many wild birds both indigenous and migrating.

 

Next Meeting

 

Next meeting 
7.00 pm Thursday 11th August 2016
will be held at
Nigg Police Station
Redmoss Road
Nigg
Aberdeen
Nigg
Day Time Temp Wind Weather
Tue
30th
00.00 15°C
SW

13 mph

  06.00 13°C
SSW

12 mph

  12.00 20°C
SSW

15 mph

  18.00 18°C
SSW

18 mph


Newsflash

Bridge of Dee Study - Questionaire

Aberdeen City Council, inpartnership with NESTRANS and Aberdeenshire Council, is currently investigating a range of transport options to improve capacity over the River Dee.

The consultation runs from 17 May 2016 to 17 June 2016

The Public Exhibition material and Questionnaire can be found through the following link:

http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/transport_streets/roads_pavements/transport_projects/roa_access_from_south_home.asp


11th June 2016
 

Bridge of Dee Study Public Consultation May 2016

During May 2016 Aberdeen City Council is holding a public consultation on this key transportation project to investigate capacity issues and potential opportunities relating to the existing transport network in the Bridge of Dee area of Aberdeen.  The aim of the consultation is to engage with the public on the options being considered, obtain feedback and report findings as part of the Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance (STAG) Part 2 Assessment.

The venues and dates for the Public Exhibitions as follows:

  • Tuesday 17 May Inchgarth Community Centre, Craigievar Crescent, Garthdee 12.00 to 8.00pm
  • Wednesday 18 May South Holburn Church, 539A Holburn Street 12.00 to 8.00pm
For full information including the Exhibition material and an on-line questionairre go to:

http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/transport_streets/roads_pavements/transport_projects/roa_brigodee_study_consult052016.asp

15th May 2016