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Scottish-based ground improvement specialist Ground Developments Ltd has began work on a new primary school project in Portlethen, Aberdeen. The firm has started the ground improvements on a project to deliver the new Hillside Primary School for Farrans who are the main contractor.

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Aberdeen City Council’s housing capital programme for 2016/17 and provisional programme for 2017/18 to 2020/21 has been approved by councillors. To ensure that the council can deliver the priorities for its housing stock and tenants, it was agreed that the budget includes a revenue contribution to

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Progress is taking shape on the new Third Don Crossing in Aberdeen with all of the major structures nearing completion. All of the retaining walls – including the large retaining wall in Tillydrone as agreed with the local community - are well advanced with concrete having been poured to the Don B

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Aberdeen FC chairman Stewart Milne has revealed that the club aims to be in a new stadium by the 2019-20 season. Speaking at the club’s annual general meeting this week, the executive chairman of the Stewart Milne Group admitted that raising the necessary cash could be “challenging” but he env

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Plans to develop the former Triple Kirks site in the heart of Aberdeen into a world-class new accommodation facility for academics have been approved. The derelict church has lain empty for many years, and the 13-storey project will include 175 studio flats and 166 en-suite rooms.

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The new facility looking north west Plans for a new recycling centre in Aberdeen that could save the city £5 million each year have been approved by councillors.

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Developers behind the Marischal Square regeneration project in Aberdeen defended their decision to use granite from China rather than locally sourced stone. It has emerged the £107 million city centre project will use 180 tons of rock from the Far East despite the stone being synonymous with the Gr

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A turf-cutting ceremony has been held to mark the start of construction work on a £17 million school for children with additional support needs arising from severe and complex factors in Aberdeen. Aberdeen City Council staff in partnership with hub North Scotland and JM Architects worked to get the

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Artist impression of planned extenstion to Greenbrae Primary School in Bridge of Don Work to create one of the Aberdeen’s largest school extensions is expected to start in January, the council has revealed.

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The construction of a new school in Aberdeen for children with additional support needs arising from severe and complex factors has taken another major step forward after a contract to build the new facility was signed. The new school, which will be located on Howes Road, will provide education and

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Planning officials have given the green light for a student accommodation development with 221 rooms in Aberdeen. Crucible Alba will develop the Michael Laird Architects-designed facility on the site of McConechy’s Garage on Willowbank Road.

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