Aberdeen



Rubislaw Quarry flats plan approved by Scottish Government

The Scottish Government has given its approval for plans to develop 245 flats at Aberdeen's historic Rubislaw Quarry.

Published 24 November 2020

Aberdeen BioHub project prepares for main construction phase

The £40 million life sciences innovation hub project at the Foresterhill Health Campus in Aberdeen will move into its main construction phase in the new year, the team behind the project has revealed.

Published 20 November 2020

Halliday Fraser Munro building blocks of a brighter future for Scotland’s children

Architecture and planning practice Halliday Fraser Munro has developed outdoor nurseries that are the first of their kind in the country as part of its desire to help create progressive early learning provisions to meet new demand.

Published 18 November 2020

Aberdeen unveils refurbished nursery settings as part of £23m investment

Aberdeen City Council has unveiled two refurbished nursery settings as part of the £23 million development work being undertaken across the city as new nurseries take shape in preparation for the eventual rollout of extended Early Years Learning and Childcare hours.

Published 16 November 2020

Economic report maps out role of infrastructure in Aberdeen's recovery

Future investment in Aberdeen's infrastructure must build on the progress made in recent years before the COVID-19 crisis, according to an independent report on the state of the city's economy.

Published 11 November 2020

Plans to build new homes in Millitimber rejected

Aberdeen councillors have gone against the recommendations of officers and rejected plans to build new homes near North Deeside Road in Milltimber. 

Published 10 November 2020

Scottish Government minded to approve Torry waterfront homes

Plans to deliver 258 homes on the banks of the River Dee in Torry looked set to be approved by the Scottish Government despite the application being unanimously rejected by councillors.

Published 3 November 2020

Councillors given progress updates on Aberdeen transport projects

Members of Aberdeen City Council’s city growth and resources committee were this week given updates on three separate transport projects.

Published 30 October 2020

Progress continues on Aberdeen City Council community heating network

Progress is continuing on an Aberdeen City Council project to build a heat network for part of the community of Torry which will get energy from a nearby energy from waste plant.

Published 30 October 2020

Aberdeen progresses more developer-led sites as part of new homes programme

Aberdeen City Council is continuing to make good progress on its programme to build 2,000 council or affordable homes, a new report has revealed.

Published 29 October 2020

New hub to lay foundations for Aberdeen's future hydrogen investment

A Hydrogen Hub based in Aberdeen which will capitalise on the city’s leading role in developing it as an alternative for transport fuels has been agreed by the local authority.

Published 29 October 2020

GRAHAM agrees £161m construction contract for Aberdeen hospital

A key milestone in Aberdeen’s Baird Family Hospital and ANCHOR Centre project has been achieved with the signing of the £161 million construction contract by NHS Grampian and GRAHAM, with the contractor preparing to go on-site next month. 

Published 23 October 2020

Plans lodged for ‘state of the art’ mortuary in Aberdeen

Keppie Design has submitted plans on behalf of Aberdeen City Council for a new mortuary which aims to provide dignity for the deceased, provide additional capacity to support civil contingencies and support forensic science.

Published 21 October 2020

Aberdeen flats plan makes progress with Greyfriars House demolition approval

Aberdeen City Council has approved plans to demolish Greyfriars House, paving the way for the development of 140 flats on the site.

Published 29 September 2020

CALA maintains presence in Cults with latest planning approval

CALA Homes (North) has been given the go-ahead to create a new development in Cults.

Published 25 September 2020