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  • Aberdeen City Council meets 13 June 2012 | The Aberdeen Reporter

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  • MSP congratulates Council on living wage move | The Aberdeen Reporter
    on living wage move Share This Tags Aberdeen Aberdeen City Council Kevin Stewart SNP MSP for Aberdeen Central has this week welcomed the City of Aberdeen Council on their introduction of the living wage of 7 20 per hour This comes at the end of a week where the Scottish Parliament s Local Government and Regeneration Committee declared that they broadly support the living wage campaign to be rolled out across councils throughout Scotland Kevin Stewart SNP MSP for Aberdeen Central said I am delighted that the City Of Aberdeen Council will have the living wage in their budget next week and that they are looking to apply a provision to uprate on it year on year It is estimated that over half a million workers in Scotland are paid earnings below the living wage Other councils aspiring to implement this progressive step can look to the city as to how it can be achieved The council elections in May present an opportunity for all the political parties to present a positive case on how they plan to improve the services in people s daily lives I trust that they will overwhelmingly back the SNP who will continue to work

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  • New Chief executive takes the helm | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Everyone understands that we are facing the tightest squeeze on public spending that almost any of us can remember but this gives us all the chance to use it as a spur to our imaginations and rise to challenges ahead In the current economic climate which will be with us for the foreseeable future we need to be creative in the way we go about our business It is my role as Chief Executive to take responsibility for leading on the priorities which elected members and the people of Aberdeen have set for this organisation and I intend to bring together all the strengths of this great city to make sure it continues to grow and thrive There are critical projects that need to be delivered in Aberdeen which people have waited for for a long time Everyone depends on our frontline services which we must continuously improve to make sure they are of the highest quality possible and meet people s needs People have high expectations and rightly demand that we maintain our standards where we are already delivering excellence and improve our performance where we need to The citizens of Aberdeen its many organisations and its businesses all have a huge stake in us delivering on the council s priorities We need to see pupils attaining to the best of their ability in a 21st century school estate that matches children s parents and teachers aspirations We want the top quality transport network that a city of this stature deserves and a rejuvenated city centre that everyone can be proud of We require more affordable housing to meet people s needs especially our families and to build up our capacity to deal with the problem of homelessness We need to respond to the changing make up of our population and provide quality care services to our elderly people our children and our adults in sensitive and imaginative ways that give them choice and control It is essential that we have cost effective waste management services that make it easier for people to recycle and which keep costly and polluting landfill to a minimum Under my leadership this council will maintain its unswerving commitment to provide first class core services in this city Our dedicated staff will work with the whole range of pubic bodies voluntary sector organisations community groups and business and make the most of all the collective skills assets and resources at our disposal Aberdeen is a city whose vibrant economy has a global reach I want to make sure that the City Council plays a strong leadership role and does all it can to make the wealth of talent here work for the good of everyone As Chief Executive I can promise that I will do all that I can to make sure Aberdeen pulls together and operates at full capacity to deliver excellence for the benefit of its own people and for the country as a whole Mrs Watts has more than 25 years

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  • CALA reports improved sales figures | The Aberdeen Reporter
    development in Aberdeen s Hilton area CALA Homes North Regional Director Mike Naysmith commented Given the traditionally quiet nature of early January for securing sales we have performed exceptionally well This highlights the strength of our product in what continues to be a challenging market Building on our success this week will see the launch of two brand new Campus showapartments increasing our offering to three We enter February in an encouraging financial position committed to the development s continued appeal and success The Campus is an exclusive enclosed development including a mix of prime apartments and townhouses Conveniently located for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary the University of Aberdeen and the city centre the properties have proved popular since transforming the former university grounds three years ago The first of the new showhomes includes a luxury three bedroom penthouse apartment with balcony revealing breathtaking panoramic views of the city With over 1 000 sq ft of living space it provides more space than the average modern home The remaining apartments in this style all en suite will be completed by April 2011 CALA s showlodge with customer reception at the entrance to the development has also been refurbished now home to

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  • Great speeches | The Aberdeen Reporter
    hunt for the greatest speeches by Scots ever The reporter on STV s Politics Now who also freelances for among others The Times has most recently published an unauthorised biography of the First Minister Alex Salmond And now he is turning his attention to either speeches delivered in Scotland or by Scots throughout the world Among the contenders are speeches by the late Jimmy Reid Margaret Thatcher J M Barrie

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  • City Council draft Business Plan | The Aberdeen Reporter
    may be re visited before the City Council s budget setting day in February and in light of the detailed budget settlement for Aberdeen City Council which will be announced by the Scottish Government on 8 December The only exceptions are lines ACC SO18 page 39 of the report Council wide Options permit Chief Executive to decide on management structure savings line CG LDS 07b page 38 Corporate governance Stop Reduce Council committees aligned to statutory minimum review in 2012 line CG LDS 07e page 38 Corporate Governance Stop Reduce 5 reduction in Statutory Responsibility Allowances Enhancement CS FS03 page 38 Corporate Governance Stop Reduce reduce Fairer Scotland Fund by 750 000 not 1 million and hold community summit Finance and Resources convener Councillor Kevin Stewart said No one enters elected office to make cuts but unfortunately the depth of savings we are required to make in these extremely difficult economic times gives us no choice but to do so We have some extremely difficult decisions to make over the next few weeks and months to make sure we get through the next five year period Those decisions will affect all services right across the council It is impossible to protect any area from the savings we will have to make But what this Administration can promise is that we will set a budget according to the priorities of the council the citizens and our partners We will make sure that the most vulnerable people are protected that the economy of this city remains vibrant that school attainment is improved and that we manage our waste better We will do our best for Aberdeen in these difficult times We will continue to consult closely with the public and our partners in the public sector voluntary sector and business communities between now and February But people have the right to know now the Administration s thinking on how we should balance the books Today s recommendations from the Committee were on the policy options contained in the Priority Based Budgeting Final Draft Report which is forming the basis of consultations with the people of Aberdeen the city s business voluntary and academic sectors and with other public sector partner organisations The report in which 150 million of potential savings were identified was the result of more than five months of detailed work by City Council officials to define existing services establish current costs and then draw up policy options The review covered more than 200 services and resulted in some 750 options which are laid out in four categories Transformation or Strategic options which change the nature of the service delivery Efficiency options which do not change the nature of a service but focus on efficiency and effectiveness Efficiency with barriers options which would change the nature of service delivery and require some change to legislation Stop Reduce options which would cut the level of service or result in a service no longer being delivered The 5 Year Business Plan approach

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  • Aberdeen City Council | The Aberdeen Reporter
    years at their existing location in the Netherkirkgate The company has taken a 20 year lease on the new 10 000 sq ft site which is located close to John Lewis Aberdeen College and Bon Accord Shopping Centre FG Burnett acted on behalf More by admin Published 5 years ago By admin On Wednesday November 17th 2010 0 Comments Look out for Waxwings in Aberdeenshire Keep an eye on the

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  • The City of Aberdeen Council | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for The City of Aberdeen Council By admin On Friday October 31st 2014 0 Comments New boss for NHS Grampian Malcolm Wright OBE has been appointed as the interim Chief Executive of NHS Grampian Mr Wright who has 39 years of experience of working in the NHS including a range of senior management posts in both Scotland More By admin On Monday December 16th 2013 0 Comments Aberdeen Council to reject multi million offer Commenting on the report on the BBC that the offer of a 50 million gift by businessman Sir Ian Wood to assist in the redevelopment of Aberdeen city centre which was on the table until the end of the year More By admin On Thursday February 7th 2013 0 Comments Inverurie man s assets seized 187 300 CONFISCATED FROM MAN WHO EMBEZZLED FROM ABERDEEN CITY COUNCIL At Aberdeen Sheriff Court today a Confiscation Order for 187 300 was made against Jack Downie under the Proceeds of Crime Act POCA Downie More By admin On Monday September 24th 2012 0 Comments Five

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