Meeting to discuss the future of Turriff Municipal Building

Turriff Municipal Building

Aberdeenshire Council have called a meeting to discuss the future of the former Turriff municipal building on High Street.

The municipal buildings which were used by Aberdeenshire Council until 2012 are now surplus to requirements. Turriff Town House Association have been using the building under licence since 2013 while the prepared a Community Asset Transfer application. Unfortunately the application to transfer the building in to the hands of the association failed and now Aberdeenshire Council are looking at alternative uses for the building.

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If a new group or groups cannot be found to take on the building then it may be placed for sale on the open market.

The meeting takes place on Wednesday 29 June in the Conference Room at Turriff Academy, member of the public, groups and interested parties are welcome to attend.

Meeting to discuss the future of Municipal Buildings Turriff Aberdeenshire Council no longer requires the Municipal Buildings, Turriff and is interested to hear from groups who may have proposals for its future use. If a suitable alternative cannot be found, it will be marketed for sale. Aberdeenshire Council’s Area Manager (Formartine) is holding a meeting to discuss the opportunity for community groups to become involved in the future of the Municipal Buildings, Turriff: on 29th June 2016 at 18.30 in the Conference Room, Turriff Academy Groups and individuals are invited to attend to hear about the process they would need to follow, help and advice that is available and potentially to hear from other groups they might collaborate with for a successful outcome. Elaine Brown Area Manager (Formartine) Aberdeenshire Council
Notice of public meeting

Any groups who are interested in the future of the buildings in Turriff should attend the meeting.

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