Fraserburgh and District councillors have highlighted a range of issues at the monthly meeting of the Broch Community Council.
Councillors Brian Topping and Charles Buchan discussed a number of issues during their Councillors’ Report. Councillors Ian Tait and Michael Watt were absent from the meeting.
Councillor Topping raised the problem of litter at James Ramsay Park, Fraserburgh Fitness Centre and the Broch Beach - adding that he would like to see a regular pick up of litter at particular areas in the town.
Vice-chair Mary Melville highlighted the name of the Fraserburgh Community and Sports Centre, saying the current name was causing confusion with other facilities in the Broch.
Community councillor Jim Hendry raised the possibility of asking people for suggestions on the Community Council’s Facebook page; while Cllr Topping urged community council members to discuss the matter with Aberdeenshire Council.
Other issues discussed included the footpath between the Lighthouse and the Four Corners; and the proposed wind turbines development on Mormond Hill.
Meanwhile, Councillor Charles Buchan raised the issue of fencing at James Ramsay Park; the Development Plan open event; and also said he had visited a number of businesses in Fraserburgh recently.