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Projects across the North East and Moray will receive a share of over £50 million to accelerate the energy transition and secure future jobs in the region. A total of 22 projects will receive funding, including investments in research and innovation; new green skills training facilities; pilot

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Plans to deliver the site of Aberdeen's Silverburn House office block into a large housing development have been given the go-ahead in principle. Parklands View LLP lodged an application in 2019 to convert the site on Claymore Drive into 119 new homes, of which 30 will be affordable.

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Potential designs for how Aberdeen city centre streets could look as part of the City Centre and Beach Masterplan have been revealed for the first time alongside the launch of an online public consultation. The designs include play areas, public art, events spaces, and greening the area with trees,

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Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has acquired long-established Aberdeen-based quantity surveying practice BDG Thomson Gray for an undisclosed sum. A strategic move, the acquisition bolsters Hardies’ service offering in the northeast, where it did not have a QS department.

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Aberdeen City Council has approved plans submitted by Gordon Investment Corporation to build 44 new homes at Peterculter. Gordon Investment Corporation had applied for permission to build a mix of private, affordable and retirement housing on land off Cornyhaugh Road. The plan went before Aberdeen C

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A public consultation with drop-in sessions centred on proposals to rejuvenate Aberdeen's beach area and to consider their impact on the environment has started. The consultation on the Beachfront Development Framework and associated Strategic Environmental Assessment will include interpretive board

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Detailed appraisals and outline business cases are to be carried out into two multi-modal transport corridor projects after approval by an Aberdeen City Council committee. The council’s City Growth and Resources Committee yesterday agreed to the move for the A92 Bridge of Don to Brid

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A second phase of a heat network in the community of Torry was approved yesterday which will provide an additional almost 570 homes and a new school with lower-cost energy. The £10 million Torry Heat Network will supply heat for the three high rises at Morven Court, Brimmond Court, and Grampia

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Bruce Allan, director of Malcolm Allan Housebuilders, has pleaded guilty to being responsible for the destruction of setts that were home to an estimated 30 badgers while completing construction works in Milltimber, Aberdeen. Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard that when Malcolm Allan Housebuilders was war

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Aberdeen City Council has approved a finalised plan for the future of the city’s school estate for the next ten years and beyond. The Education Operational Delivery Committee agreed the recommendations that emphasise a focus on improving existing schools before considering building new schools

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Claire Bathgate, head of sales (left), and construction manager Katy Green from Dandara Aberdeen Dandara has started construction work this week on the third phase of City South Business Park in Portlethen, in a significant vote of confidence for the North East economy.

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A bid to expand the Aberdeen village of Peterculter with 250 new homes has failed to gain the support of Aberdeen City Council. First Endeavour LLP had sought to build the new properties in the north of the community. The houses were designed by Halliday Fraser Munro to border Bucklerburn

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