Consultation to rezone primary and secondary zones around North Deeside Road

This consultation is now closed.

(1)To rezone an area of ground which lies south of North Deeside Road and east of Pitfodels Station Road, from the Airyhall School zone to the Broomhill School zone, and from the Hazlehead Academy zone to the Harlaw Academy zone, with effect from 1 August 2017; and:

(2)To rezone an area of ground which lies south of North Deeside Road and west of Pitfodels Station Road, from the Airyhall School zone to the Cults School zone, with effect from 1 August 2017.

The schools affected by these proposals are:

Airyhall School
Broomhill School
Cults School
Hazlehead Academy
Harlaw Academy

A period of statutory consultation commences on Monday 16 January 2017 and ends on Friday 3 March 2017 (inclusive), which represents 32 school days.

A public meeting to discuss the proposal will take place on:

Wednesday 8th February 2017, from 7.00 to 8.00pm at Airyhall School.

Other requests from relevant partner organisations will be considered by officers as appropriate.

A copy of the statutory consultation document will be available for public consultation during the period of consultation at the following venues:

Marischal College
Central Library
Cults Library
Airyhall Library
Kaimhill Library
Cults School
Airyhall School
Broomhill School
Hazlehead Academy
Harlaw Academy
Cults Learning Centre
Hazlehead Learning Centre

Any interested stakeholders may respond to the consultation online, via the Council's Consultation Hub:

Responses can also be submitted by completing the comment form attached at Appendix 5, and sending it to:

North Deeside Road Rezoning Consultation
Education & Children's Services
Aberdeen City Council
Business Hub 13
Second Floor North
Marischal College
Broad Street
AB10 1AB

Alternatively comments can be submitted in writing to the address above, or by sending an 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 5pm Friday 3 March 2017.

It is intended to respond to issues raised from correspondence within a report presented to the Education and Children's Services Committee on 1 June 2017. This will provide information for Elected Members to make a final decision on the proposal.

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