Warden patrols to increase in Torry following vandalism fears

Aberdeen City Wardens will be increasing their presence in Torry. Image: Roddie Reid/DC Thomson

There's going to be more wardens patrolling Torry in a bid to keep the streets safe, while council tenants move out of their Raac-riddled homes.

Those left behind fear the large number of vacant properties could attract vandals.

Aberdeen City Council says it's working to secure the empty homes and monitor anti-social behaviour and safety concerns.

It's doing this by using wardens, who can help tackle other issues such as littering and illegal parking.

Meanwhile, the local authority will remove bins from empty properties and clean up any fly-tipping that has been reported in the area.

Police have also been alerted, to keep them aware of the situation in the area going forward.

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