Aberdeen

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Aberdeen City Council is to invite firms to draw up a design and delivery plan for enhancing the city’s Union Terrace Gardens. The council's finance, policy and resources committee agreed to call in specialists to carry out the design work for the Victorian park in the Denburn Valley including the

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Planning permission in principle has been granted for a 700-home development on the outskirts of Aberdeen. Initially lodged by CALA Homes (North) and Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) back in 2014, the joint planning application also proposes commercial space and a neighbourhood centre on the Craibs

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A cousin of the Queen is due to go before the Supreme Court to bring an end to a legal dispute over a bill worth millions of pounds. The 4th Duke of Fife, David Carnegie, took Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils to the Court of Session over his plans to build a new town after they demanded contribut

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Aberdeen City Council has approved a Section 42 application to amend the use consent associated with expansion land at Aberdeen Energy Park. The expansion land at the Bridge of Don site already benefits from Planning Permission in Principle (PPiP) to deliver 48,000 sq m (500,000 sq ft) of industrial

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A nursery in Aberdeen has become the first commercial project in Scotland to be accredited by Passivhaus. Designed by BMJ Architects, the Rocking Horse Nursery at the University of Aberdeen has received Passivhaus accreditation, making it also the first nursery in the UK to be accredited.

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Morrison Construction has achieved practical completion on an industrial unit at The Core business park in Aberdeen. Fund manager Clearbell Capital said the development located in the Bridge of Don has been delivered both on time and on budget.

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Proposals for a £65 million campus redevelopment plan have been launched by North East Scotland College. Plans will include the refurbishment of Aberdeen City Campus and a new build at Aberdeen Altens Campus. Fraserburgh, where £8.5m worth of engineering technologies facilities will be ready for S

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The first stage of a £20 million transformation project which will double the size of the terminal at Aberdeen International Airport is now underway. Work has started on the creation of a new luggage collection facility which marks the beginning of work on the multi-million pound extension to the e

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This weekend sees the official launch of the new 3000-home community of Countesswells in Aberdeen. The Stewart Milne Group development will provide much needed housing, including affordable homes, and employment opportunities for Aberdeen and the surrounding region.

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Artist's impression of the new stadium Aberdeen Football Club has revealed plans for a new £40 million stadium and training facility at Kingsford near Westhill with earlier plans to move to Loirston now abandoned.

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Knight Property Group and M&G Real Estate have celebrated the completion of The Capitol office development in Aberdeen. At the grand opening of the building last week, guests were greeted to one last cinematic experience before the building begins operating as an office.

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Plans have been lodged with Aberdeen City Council to demolish a church hall to make way for 20 new apartments. The existing building at 116 Rosemount Place, which consists of a dental surgery on the ground floor, an office on the first floor and a health spa to the rear, is to be altered and extende

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An example of a Hampton by Hilton hotel The sharp decline of the hospitality sector in the north east has not deterred the Aberdeen-based construction arm of Robertson Group from keeping hotel projects in the city at the heart of its plans, the firm said yesterday.

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