A month long public consultation is to start on 17 May as part of the assessment process for the Bridge of Dee Study. This project has been investigating capacity issues and potential opportunities for the existing transport network in the Bridge of Dee area of Aberdeen. The public consultation information is now available to view on the Aberdeen City Council website.
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.
Public exhibitions are being held from 12 noon until 8pm as follows:
Tuesday 17 May at Inchgarth Community Centre, Craiegievar Crescent, Garthdee
Wednesday 18 May at South Holburn Church, 539A Holburn Street
The options that have been considered will be available to view and officers will be on hand to respond to any queries. Questionnaires will be provided at each venue to allow for feedback. The public exhibition material is also available on the Aberdeen City Council website along with a summary information sheet and the questionnaire as both an on-line and printable (pdf) version.
The questionnaire can either be returned at either of the public exhibition venues, completed on-line, sent by email to email@example.com or posted to:
Aberdeen Access from the South (Bridge of Dee)
Planning and Sustainable Development
Communities, Housing & Infrastructure
Aberdeen City Council
Business Hub 4
Aberdeen AB10 1AB
The final date for submission of the questionnaire is Friday 17 June 2016.