Hauns Affa Torry

Taking the Fight for St Fittick’s Park to Parliament

THURS, 12 JANUARY 2023 1.30pm

At the Scottish Parliament – Holyrood, Edinburgh

This post is a copy of the call from Aberdeen campaigners

Come and join people from Torry and the Friends of St Fitticks Park, outside the Scottish Parliament to demand the government uses its powers to stop the industrialisation of the last remaining accessible greenspace in Torry, Aberdeen. 

Meet and hear directly from the people who will be most affected by the reckless plans. And the why destroying a thriving and much loved greenspace is not the answer for Aberdeen’s, or indeed Scotland’s energy transition.  

Why are we at the Parliament? 

Time is running out. The minister for Planning, Tom Arthur has until Monday 16th January to use his powers to direct Aberdeen City Council’s new development plan is changed to ensure St Fitticks Park is protected from an unjust corporate land grab in the name of energy transition. For more details visit here: https://saintfittickstorry.com 

We need as many locals and friends of the park to demand the Scottish Government acts in the interest of people and not profit. 

For those travelling from Aberdeen the Friends of St Fitticks Park will provide free coach travel for the day. Booking details will be released early in the new year, but you can provisionally book places by emailing FriendsofStFitticksPark@proton.me . 

#HaunsAffaTorry
#YirNaeGettingAwaWiThisAgain
WhoseParkOurParkWhoseLandOurLand 

For more about the campaign check out these posts on this blog

Save St Fitticks – defeat the oilogarchy

World-scale scandal in Aberdeen

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