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The Save Bennachie Alliance is working together to defend Bennachie from the re-routing and dualling of the A96 and providing solutions to the area's traffic problems.
Transport Scotland is progressing the programme to upgrade the A96 between Aberdeen and Inverness to dual carriageway standard by 2030.
A number of route options near Inverurie are being considered and some of these encroach upon Bennachie and its surrounding area.
The Save Bennachie Alliance is working to protect and defend Bennachie and its surrounding area from any encroachment by the new A96 dual carriageway.
We want to engage with all stakeholders to ensure that they understand the local concerns about the environmental and human impact of each route and highlight the benefits of the alternative routes.
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Please tell your friends and family about Transport Scotland's plans for the A96 and chat about the impact on Bennachie and to your life.
Should you wish to contact AmeyArup, details for the community engagement team are:
Stakeholder Co-ordinator: Bonny PailingTel: 01467 672500Email: email@example.com
Landowner and Communities Manager: Billy GordonTel: 01467 672500Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By post: AmeyArup, Office 7, Thainstone Business Centre, Thainstone, Inverurie, AB51 5TB
For further information on the A96 Dualling Programme, please contact:
By post: A96 Dualling Team, Transport Scotland, Buchanan House, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow, G4 0HFEmail: email@example.com