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David Jarvie Independent plant hire businesses Jarvie Plant Group has opted to ignore the downturn in Aberdeen’s economy by making a substantial investment in a new depot.

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A planning application to build an urban village of almost 900 units on the site of Aberdeen’s derelict Broadford Works has been submitted to the local authority. An application for planning permission in principle by architects Cooper Cromar on behalf of Ferness Investment Holdings calls for the

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Hammerson has formally submitted its plans for a £200 million expansion of its Union Square shopping centre in Aberdeen. The application for planning permission in principle (PPiP) to Aberdeen City Council details a proposed expansion including new retail and leisure space, additional parking space

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Minister for business Fergus Ewing has broken ground on a new £4 million testing facility created by oil and gas supply chain firm Sonomatic in Aberdeen. Named “The Core”, the facility will be located in Bridge of Don to the north of Aberdeen City Centre to improve the firm’s logistics.

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Aberdeen International Airport is to receive a £20 million terminal expansion and upgrade which will increase floor space at the terminal by 50 per cent. Announced today by first minister Nicola Sturgeon, the investment will enable the single biggest expansion of the airport since it was built in 1

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Proposed plans for the Station Gateway approach The planning, design and development principles behind a project designed to revitalise public transport and pedestrian links in Aberdeen have been given the go-ahead by councillors.

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Councillors have agreed to progress with a revised planning framework for the Bay of Nigg area of Aberdeen after a six-week public consultation. A number of changes to the document, which seeks to maximise the potential of land around the planned expansion of Aberdeen Harbour, were agreed by members

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Construction work of a new bridge over the River Don restarted yesterday after the death of a worker. Ian Walker, 58, from Dundee died at the Third Don Crossing in the Danestone area of Aberdeen on Wednesday.

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An architectural render of Alumno’s Powis Place development Engineering students who represent the future of the construction industry have been given a personal insight into one of the most important projects taking place in Aberdeen – the creation of much needed new accommodation for academics

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A construction worker has died following an accident on the Third Don Crossing site in Aberdeen yesterday afternoon. Emergency services were called to the site around 4.45pm but the man, who has been named as Ian Walker, 58, from Dundee, died of his injuries.

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