Name the Tillydrone Hub!

Closed 26 Nov 2018

Opened 3 Nov 2018

Results expected 27 Nov 2018

Feedback expected 29 Nov 2018


The Hub being built in Tillydrone is scheduled to open mid 2018.  A group of local representatives have worked closely with Aberdeen City Council officers to plan, design and deliver the new building.  Its important to everyone involved that the community are as involved as possible. 

This is your opportunity to vote for your favourite of the suggestions gathered to name the hub and the rooms within.

Why we are consulting

We recognise the contribution that residents make to the success of any project - we have gathered suggesttions for the name of the hub and it's rooms and are giving the opportunity to local people to choose their favourites. 

We hope that this will mean that the hub begins its life involving everyone!

What happens next

When the survey closes and votes are collected from local ballot stations, the results will go to the Operational group on the 29th November - we will then seek permission to use the names officialy.

The people who suggested the winning names will be invited to the opening ceremony to celebrate.


  • Open Day

    From 3 Nov 2018 at 10:00 to 3 Nov 2018 at 13:00

    a community open day gathering the communities views about what activities should be running in the hub - what type of services they require etc

    the launch of the naming competition will also happen at this event


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