Aberdeen

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A drop-in session is being held as part of a public consultation to further develop options for walking, wheeling, and cycling interventions on the A947 from the Parkhill junction on the bypass (AWPR) to the A96 junction at Bucksburn including through Dyce.

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New amenity blocks for Travellers at Clinterty which include a kitchen, bathroom, and storage facilities have been completed. The facilities, which were funded by Aberdeen City Council with £3.1 million of support from the Scottish Government Gypsy/Traveller Accommodation Fund, include 21 amen

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City leaders today hailed the start of works upgrading a section of Aberdeen’s main thoroughfare of Union Street as a major milestone to revitalising the Granite Mile – the biggest change to the street since it was built more than 200 years ago. The works to the Union Street Central area

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Figures from Aberdeen Solicitors Property Centre (ASPC) show that the number of properties for sale during the first quarter of 2024 has risen 10% on last year.

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Work is underway to convert a commercial property in Aberdeen’s Bridge of Don into six high-quality rented homes for registered social landlord Osprey Housing. The £850,658 Ellon Road project — due for completion in September — is helping preserve a part of the city’s r

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The empty Northern Hotel in Aberdeen could be given a new lease of life as student accommodation under new plans submitted to the local authority. The Art Deco landmark at the junction of Great Northern Road and Clifton Road dates back decades but closed its doors back in 2022 amid "crippling e

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Cala Homes is considering plans to build 55 homes on the demolished Silverburn House site in Bridge of Don. The developer has lodged a building warrant with Aberdeen City Council outlining the £5.5 million cost of a potential development.

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The new ONE SeedPod industry innovation hub for north east Scotland’s £2.4 billion food manufacturing sector has marked a major construction milestone. The project partners celebrated the 'topping out', or highest point, of the new build on the outskirts of Aberdeen.

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