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Aberdeenshire lettings and estate agency DJ Alexander, part of the Lomond Group, has entered into a new partnership deal with Aberdeen football club. Stonehouse, in association with DJ Alexander, has today become a premier partner with Aberdeen FC as part of a new 15-month deal.

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Aberdeen Football Club has said it remains committed to building a new stadium and community facility at Kingsford despite engaging in talks with Aberdeen City Council over the potential for a new stadium near its current home at Pittodrie. Planning permission was granted by the local

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Sir Alex Ferguson marked the official opening of Aberdeen Football Club’s new community sports hub, training facilities and football academy yesterday. The legendary football manager, who steered the club through its most successful period, was the guest of honour at the ribbon-cutting ceremon

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The group opposed to Aberdeen Football Club’s bid for a new £50 million stadium at Kingsford has said it will not appeal against a court decision backing the project. The Dons got planning permission from Aberdeen City Council in April to build a 20,000-seat arena and training complex al

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Following last week’s news that a protest group lost in its appeals against Aberdeen Football Club’s proposals for a new £50 million stadium, our sister publication Scottish Legal News outlines the judgment in full.

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The judicial review into Aberdeen Football Club's plans for a new stadium begins today. The club intends to replace their current home of Pittodrie with a 20,000-seater stadium and training complex on the other side of the city at Westhill.

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Scottish businessman Stewart Milne alongside colleagues from Stewart Milne Group and Aberdeen Football Club will join the world’s largest sleep out in support of Social Bite’s nationwide effort to end homelessness in Scotland.  The AFC chairman made a passionate appeal to his employ

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Aberdeen City Council’s decision to allow planning approval for Aberdeen Football Club’s new stadium at Kingsford will not be called in by ministers, the Scottish Government has confirmed. The decision paves the way for the football club to replace its current home of Pittodrie with a &p

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Aberdeen Football Club's plans to build a new £50 million stadium and training complex at Kingsford have been overwhelmingly approved by Aberdeen City Council. The club intends to replace their current home of Pittodrie with a 20,000-seater stadium and training complex on the other side of the

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