Statutory consultation for Hanover Street School 2014
This Consultation is now closed.
View Committee report and decisions on this consultation:
Report on this consultation:
Aberdeen City Council is proposing to:
Re-zone the Hanover Street School Catchment Area from St Machar Academy to Harlaw Academy.
The Hanover Street School zone extends from the harbour to the area surrounding Linksfield Road and Links View. The school zone is bordered by King Street on its western side to the beach on its eastern side. The school is presently part of the St Machar Academy Associated School Group (ASG). If implemented this proposal would result in the school's zone being transferred to that of Harlaw Academy's ASG and P7 pupils transferring from Hanover Street School to S1 in Harlaw Academy.
A period of statutory consultation commences on 6 May 2014 and ends on 18 June 2014. (32 School Days)
A public consultation meeting will be held on:
Tuesday 20 May 2014 from 7.00 to 8.30pm at Hanover Street School.
Other requests from relevant partner organisations will be considered by officers as appropriate.
Availability of documents
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
- Hanover Street School
- St Machar Academy
- Harlaw Academy
- Hanover Community Centre
Submission of views
Any written observations should be sent to:
Hanover Street School 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 Wednesday 18 June, 2014.
It is intended to respond to issues raised from correspondence within a report presented to the Education, Culture and Sport Committee.
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