Five 1960s high rises in Aberdeen have had their A-list rating confirmed after the Scottish Government rejected appeals from the local authority. In January 2021, Historic Environment Scotland (HES) listed Gilcomstoun Land, Seamount Court, Porthill Court, Marischal Court, Virginia Court, Thistle Cou
An independent report on the state of Aberdeen city region’s economy said there needs to be continued focus on the factors critical for the long-term success of the region - economic diversification, skills, infrastructure investment, and energy transition.
Work has started on three new council housing developments as part of Aberdeen City Council’s flagship 2,000 new council houses building programme. (from left) Councillor Marie Boulton (convener, capital programme committee), John McHardy (business development director, Robertson Con
Aberdeen City Council’s education operational delivery convener, Councillor M Tauqeer Malik, was joined this week by local pupils, parent council members and representatives of construction company Robertson Group at a special sod-cutting ceremony marking the official start of work on the new
Robertson Construction Eastern has delivered a new design and build Science Teaching Hub at University of Aberdeen’s Old Aberdeen campus. The 73,194 sq ft facility provides teaching and laboratory space over three floors, a plant room on the fourth and a central atrium which has been designed
The Aberdeen Art Gallery has been announced as the winner of the 2021 RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award. The flagship cultural venue for Aberdeen City Council has been refurbished and extended by Hoskins Architects to become one of Scotland’s leading cultural institutions, the
A £2 million redevelopment of the former fire and rescue service operations control room in Mounthooly Way, Aberdeen, into retail space for Co-op opens today. The ground floor comprising 3,810sqft has been transformed by Aberdeen’s West Coast Estates into a modern supermarket and is expe