David Wilson Homes to consult on plans for 100 new homes in Dyce
David Wilson Homes is set to host a public consultation at Dyce Community Centre next week to allow residents to voice their opinions on plans to build up to 100 new homes on the site of the former Cordyce School in Dyce.
While plans are still in the early stages, any feedback on the development could help to shape the future development. Members of the design team will be at the consultation to answer any questions and locals are being urged to give their views.
David Wilson Homes bought the site which is located just off Riverside Drive from Aberdeen City Council in February. Cordyce School closed to pupils in 2017 and was ravaged by a fire in November of the same year after vandals attacked just months after it closed. It was set ablaze for a second time in 2020 and the buildings were demolished shortly after.
The public consultation in Dyce will run from 3-7pm.
A dedicated website has also been created for locals to check out the exhibition materials.