Today marks the start of a controversial new £30 garden waste permit scheme in the city.
Aberdeen City Council will host a live question-and-answer session on the subject of garden waste permits today.
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The permits, which will come into force on September 1, will see a special “tamperproof” sticker fixed to the brown bins of those who sign up to the scheme.
More than 1,000 applications were received for a controversial £30 garden waste permit on the first day residents could sign up.
Applications for Aberdeen's controversial £30 garden waste charge have opened today.
Letters have been sent out to residents across Aberdeen inviting them to apply for a controversial £30 garden waste charge.
No discounts will be given to anyone on benefits – which includes pensioners – and there will also be no reductions given to householders signing up part of the way through the year.
Online registrations for the £30 annual charge will open next month.
The majority of Aberdeen councillors will be paying a controversial new £30 charge for garden waste collections.
As controversy continues over a new £30 brown bin charge being introduced, Aberdeen City Council co-leaders Jenny Laing and Douglas Lumsden tell readers why they made the decision.
The poll results also showed 61.7% of the 243 people responding to the poll have said it should either be included in council tax or that they already pay enough in council tax.
Aberdeen’s new garden waste tax is to be introduced in late summer, according to council officers.
Councils across Scotland have defended a charge for garden waste collection.
More than 80% of people would chose not to pay a new £30 brown bin charge, an Evening Express poll has revealed.
Aberdeen households are to be given tamper-proof stickers to show they are paying for garden waste to be uplifted under new council plans.
An annual fee of £30 is to be introduced in Aberdeen for the uplift of garden waste.