Aberdeen

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Aberdeen City Council has announced BP as its preferred bidder for a commercial partnership which will accelerate the city’s ambitions to become a world-class hydrogen hub. Following a robust tender process which commenced in June, the Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub concept will enable the continued de

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Office take-up in Aberdeen almost doubled between the second and third quarters of 2021, as a sustained lift to the oil price and occupiers returning to the workplace helped buoy activity, according to analysis from Knight Frank.

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Aberdeen City Council’s appeal against a decision to award protected status to eight blocks of 1960s high-rise flats could be resolved within weeks. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) granted A-listed status back in January to Gilcomstoun Land, Porthill Court, Seamount Court, Virginia Co

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Plans to build more than 500 council homes on the northern edge of Aberdeen are progressing after Bancon Homes gained sign off for a number of planning conditions from the local authority. Since gaining planning permission in principle last November for the development at Cloverhill, immediatel

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Aberdeen’s growing Muslim community has secured permission to convert part of a former school into a mosque thanks to assistance from consultancy Aurora Planning. The C-listed Frederick Street School was later used as office space by Aberdeen City Council but has lain empty for three year

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Council planners in Aberdeen have recommended that proposals for a block of flats to provide support for a charity are refused by the city’s planning committee.

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An energy from waste facility in Aberdeen is on target for commissioning to start as planned in spring next year with the facility fully operational by the end of that year, an Aberdeen City Council committee was told yesterday. The council’s capital programme committee agreed an update w

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Urban Edge Architecture (UEA) has won planning permission for a new 1800sq ft Burger King drive-thru unit and reconfiguration of the surrounding car park at the Centrepoint Retail Park in Aberdeen. Out-of-town retail specialist UEA was appointed by RPMI as architect on the £800,000 project to

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