Seaton Backies

Closed 17 Jun 2017

Opened 18 May 2017

Results expected 23 Jun 2017

Feedback expected 26 Jun 2017

Overview

The Seaton Backies Project aims to provide more and better outdoor play opportunities for children within the neighbourhood, through the improvement of green spaces surrounding housing within Seaton. 

A team of committed volunteers worked with organisations in Aberdeen City - public, private, business, charity, volunteer and community – to ensure that Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child to Work, Rest and Play becomes a reality in the Neighbourhood of Seaton. 

Phase 1 of the project is now complete with Phase 2 in the planning stage. Help shape the next development in Seaton Backies by completing this questionnaire 

Why We Are Consulting

ACC has allocated funding to complete Phase 2 of the Seaton Backies Project.  In order to ensure that the community are actively involved ACC want to hear your views about Phase 1 and invite you to comment on Phase 2.

 

 

What Happens Next

When we have gathered the views of Seaton residents, we will feed them back to the architects and planners involved in driving Phase 2 ahead.

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