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Links to Documents & Information
- Consultation Document Maidencraig Aug 2016
- Current Primary School Zone Map
- Current Secondary School Zone Map
- Proposed Primary School Zone Map
- Proposed Secondary School Zone Map
Links to General Information
Statutory Consultation to rezone Housing Development at Maidencraig
This consultation is now closed.
View Committee report and decisions on this consultation:
Reports on Consultation
Submissions to consultation
No letters or comment forms were received.
Aberdeen City Council is proposing:To adjust the school zone boundaries for Fernielea School, Kingswells School, Hazlehead Academy and the new Countesswells secondary school, to accommodate the new housing development at Maidencraig, with effect from 1st August 2017.
A period of statutory consultation commences on Monday 22 August 2016 and ends on Friday 7 October 2016. (inclusive)
A public consultation meeting will be held on:
Thursday 22nd September 2016, from 7.00 to 8.00pm at Hazlehead Academy.
Other requests from relevant partner organisations will be considered by officers as appropriate.
Availability of Documents
A copy of this statutory consultation document will be available for public consultation during the period of consultation at the following venues:
Kingswells Community Centre
Mastrick Community Centre
Hazlehead Learning Centre
Beacon Learning Centre
Submission of Views
Any written observations should be sent to:
Maidencraig Rezoning Consultation
Education, Culture and Sport
Aberdeen City Council
Business Hub 13
Second Floor North
or by email to
All submissions shall be published on the Aberdeen City Council web site and within subsequent reports to committee. Respondents are requested to avoid the inclusion of personal information such as children's names, medical conditions etc within their responses.
All submissions expressing views on the proposals detailed in this document should be made in writing or by email by 5.00pm Friday 7 October, 2016.
It is intended to respond to issues raised from correspondence within a report presented to the Education & Children's Services Committee on 26th January 2017.