This Consultation is now closed
Consultation on Broomhill Dual Zones
- To remove an area of dual school zoning for Broomhill School and Airyhall School, and to include this area within the zone for Broomhill School only, from 1st August 2017.
- To remove an area of dual school zoning for Broomhill School and Ferryhill School, and to include this area within the zone for Ferryhill School only, from 1st August 2017.
The statutory consultation period will commence on Monday 9 May 2016 and ends on Monday 20th June 2016.
A public meeting to discuss the proposals will take place on Wednesday 18 May 2016 at 7pm to 8pm at Broomhill School.
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
- Airyhall Library
- Ferryhill Library
- Ferryhill Community Centre
- Ferryhill School
- Airyhall School
- Broomhill School
- Hazlehead Academy
- Harlaw Academy
The document can also be downloaded from the links to the right of this page
Comments and observations regarding this consultation should be submitted by completing a comment form which can be downloaded from the links to the right of this page, and sending it to:
- Broomhill Dual Zones Consultation
Education and Children's Services
Aberdeen City Council
Business Hub 13
Second Floor North
Responses may also be submitted in writing to the address above, or by sending an email to:
All submissions expressing views on the proposals detailed in the proposal document should be made in writing or by email by 5.00pm on Monday 20 June 2016.
Please note that all submissions will be published via these web pages. Respondents are reminded to avoid references to personal information such as pupil names or details which could then help identify their individual response. All published items will have any names and personal details removed.
A Consultation Report, summarising the submissions received and the Council's response to those submissions, will be presented to the Education and Children's Services Committee on 17 November 2016.