Aberdeen City Council - 2022 to date

Richard Brooks is an elected member of Aberdeen City Council and Group Deputy Leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party. He has been appointed to the following committees:

Richard is proactively holding the SNP/LibDem coalition-led Aberdeen City Council Administation accountable. This page is a record of some of the items that Richard has debated and strongly defended, and the changes that he has led in improving the city.

Standing up for Education

Cllr Richard Brooks fighting for Teachers in Scotland

to receive fair pay from the SNP Government, calling them out as they try to make the public believe it's a Westminster issue.

Cllr Richard Brooks raised an Urgent Notice of Motion when a toddler went missing unnoticed from an Aberdeen Early Learning Centre. This section is Richard pushing the officers to clarify the wording of the finished investigation report

"children hungry, children at risk due to poor recording of medication; staff leaving children confused and upset by their manner toward them, impacting their confidence and self esteem"

Cllr Richard Brooks asks officers on behalf of his constituents in Kincorth, How did Kirkhill ELC rate so poorly in the latest Care Inspector's Report and hadnt council officers seen this this coming?

Standing up for the Northeast

Cllr Richard Brooks fighting for the Oil & Gas Industry in the Northeast, whilst the Labour leader Keir Starmer is even at odds with Aberdeen Labour. Ricahrd calls it as it is.

Cllr Richard Brooks raised a Motion for the Council to recognnise and remember those who lost their lives on the 6th July 1988 on the Piper Alpha Platform. 

Cllr Richard Brooks pushing aside politics to address the Aberdeen Libraries situation on behalf of "the people we serve"