Economy

Council Budget Plans – Have Your Say

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This year there is a brand new approach to simplify and illustrate the challenges faced – make your voice heard.

Each year, Aberdeenshire Council engages with staff and local residents on budget plans to ensure the voice of communities comes through in any and all budget setting decisions.

This year, in place of traditional surveys and written text, is a suite of infographics. Each paints a picture of a different part of council budget setting. Attached to each infographic is a short set of questions, in some cases just two questions, where you can share your views. Please respond to as many topics as you feel passionate about.

The engagement process is open now to anyone who lives and works in Aberdeenshire. It will close at the start of January, giving enough time for the results to be passed to councillors who in turn will use them to inform their decision making for the coming financial year.

View the infographics and associated questions on the Aberdeenshire Council website.

Kincardine & Mearns Community Plan

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Priority 4 Local Economies – 3rd review

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Intended Outcomes:

Our area is recognised as a supportive business environment; where residents, businesses and social enterprises are encouraged and assisted to make their communities self-sufficient. Read the rest of this entry »

SUPPORTING LOCAL ECONOMIES – 2ND REVIEW

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Stonehaven Town Centre
Stonehaven Town Centre

Intended Outcomes:

Our area is recognised as a supportive business environment; where residents, businesses and social enterprises are encouraged and assisted to make their communities self-sufficient. Read the rest of this entry »

SUPPORTING LOCAL ECONOMIES – 1ST REVIEW

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Stonehaven Town Centre

We want Kincardine & Mearns to be recognised as a supportive business environment and an area where residents, businesses and social enterprises are encouraged and assisted to make their communities self-sufficient, providing opportunities for all.  Read the rest of this entry »