2021 St John's Hill Wind Farm Community Fund

The St John's Hill Wind Farm Community Fund is now open for applications from the following Community Council areas:

  • Arbuthnott
  • Catterline, Kinneff and Dunnottar

As there was no allocation of grants in 2020, the 2021 fund will include the Community Fund monies for 2020 and 2021, which means the total fund available is estimated to be around £25,900!

A copy of the application form is attached, in both PDF and Word formats, as well as a PDF copy of the guidance sheet. Applications have to be submitted by the 31st March 2021.

Please contact KDP directly if you have any queries. They can be contacted on 01569 763246 or email windfarms@kdp.scot.

2020 Hillhead of Auquhirie Wind Farm Community Fund

The Hillhead of Auquhirie Wind Farm Community Fund is now open for applications from the following Community Council areas:

  • Arbuthnott
  • Catterline, Kinneff and Dunnottar
  • Mearns
  • Stonehaven & District

A copy of the application form is attached, in both PDF and Word formats, as well as a PDF copy of the guidance sheet. Applications have to be submitted by the 28th February 2021. The total fund available is just over £17,400.

Please contact KDP directly if you have any queries. They can be contacted on 01569 763246 or email windfarms@kdp.scot.

January 2021 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for January 2021.

December 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for December 2020.

November 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for November 2020.

October 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for October 2020.

September 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for September 2020.

June, July and August 2020 Police Reports

Attached are the monthly police reports for June, July and August 2020.

May 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for May 2020.

Police Scotland Survey

Police Scotland are undertaking a survey to understand public confidence and experience of their approaches to policing the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We invite your feedback to help Police Scotland shape how they do things, respond to local issues and concerns, and where communities might need additional support.

The survey can be accessed here.