Consultation Initiatives

Scottish Flood Forum Drop In Sessions

Paul Hendy, Operations Director of  Scottish Flood Forum, will be holding personal drop in one-to-one consultations with flood victims.   Scottish Flood Forum work together with key agencies and the voluntary sector to provide advice, support and guidance on all aspects of flood recovery.

The drop- in session will take place  in Friendship Room, Kemnay Village Hall, 8 Aquithie Rd, Kemnay, on the following dates:

Thursday 11 February: 9am – 12 noon

Please note that for this week only, in addition to Paul Hendy from the Scottish Flood Forum, Steven Donaldson from Health and Safety Executive will also be available for questions. He will be able to offer advice to residents and businesses alike for example Choosing a Builder, Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM). Listed below are two leaflets with this information but please go along to the session and meet with Stuart if you have any specific queries.

Find a Builder

HSE Protecting the Public

Thursday 25 February: 5.30 pm – 8.00 pm

Anyone affected by flooding within Kemnay is invited to come along between these times.

More details in pdf file here: SFF Proposed Recovery Strategy (Drop-in Centre) ADC 2 1 16

Community Council Meeting 7.30 pm 25th February

7.30 pm in Friendship Room of Village Hall on 25 February 2016.  The meeting will fave an agenda item devoted to flooding issues and Paul Hendy from the Scottish Flood Forum, will also address the meeting.

Kembhill Park Meeting With Flood Prevention Officer

There will be a meeting between residents and Aberdeenshire Council Flood Prevention Officer Gavin Penman at 10.00 am on Saturday 30 January in the main car park at Kembhill Park.  The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss flooding issues.

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