Locality Inclusion Manager – Jo Mackie
If you would like to become a Community Representative, find out more here. Please contact Jade on firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries, she will be happy to help!
If you wish to read the 2017 Torry Locality Partnership Annual Report, click here
The Torry Hub is being designed to include a primary school and early years provision with capacity for 430-plus pupils, a community hub, a cafe, a library, a community space and access to a range of service at the site of the old Torry Academy.
Now, Aberdeen City Council is at the detailed design and development phase which means looking at the detail of the of what should be provided from the Hub, as well as making sure that the design meets the purpose of the building and the needs of everyone who will be using.
Please click the below link to access more information and find out how to take part in the online consultation. The design element of the consultation has now closed, but you can still have your say on the services/facilities you feel should be included.
Use the online consultation to share your views and engage with the views of others by visiting this link >>> www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/torryhub.
Are you thinking about becoming a Community Representative on the Locality Partnership? Click here to find out more about what it means to be a rep!
We have pre-meetings once a month. There is a rolling invite for all community members to come along, see whats on the agenda, have the opportunity to ask questions and assess whether you would still like to become a rep – with no obligation to join.
Remaining pre-meeting dates for this year:
We hope to see you at the next one! If you would like more information, please email Jade on email@example.com
9th October 2019 – Agenda & Minutes to follow upon approval at meeting on the 20th November 2019
20th November 2019