Aberdeen

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Secretary of state for levelling up, housing and communities Michael Gove MP was in Aberdeen yesterday to visit the site of a £20 million Levelling Up grant which will help to provide jobs in the city. The UK Government minister was shown around the site of the new Aberdeen market wh

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The Scottish Government’s new minister for energy, Gillian Martin MSP, toured the ACHES (Aberdeen City Hydrogen Energy Storage) refuelling station at Cove this week as part of a visit to meet with key stakeholders across the hydrogen and carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) industries in t

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Investigative works are now underway on the central section of Union Street in Aberdeen as part of one of the major projects in the City Centre Masterplan (CCMP). Four trial holes are to be made in the road and pavement to check what services and ducts are underneath the surface before work is due t

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Tenants in more than 300 Osprey Housing homes across Aberdeenshire and Moray are benefitting from a £120,000 loft insulation programme now underway. The upgrades have been made possible by the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme’s Social Housing Net

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Aberdeen-based property development and investment company West Coast Estates has handed over its latest commercial development in the city to Co-Op Group. The outlet in King Street, adjacent to the University of Aberdeen, is expected to create more than 30 full and part-time jobs when it opens this

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A new school on Aberdeen is on course for completion in Summer 2024 – and will result in a £6 million budget saving following a retendering exercise. The Finance and Resource Committee at Aberdeen City Council was yesterday updated on progress made on the replacement Riverbank Primary Sc

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Barratt Developments North Scotland has unveiled a new road, Mill Drive, at its Riverside Quarter development in Bucksburn as part of a multi-million-pound commitment to improving local roads, services and amenities. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place this week at Riverside Quarter hosted by David

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A public consultation to gather thoughts from residents, businesses, and visitors to George Street and nearby streets in Aberdeen for a draft mini masterplan for the area has started. Seven open-ended questions are being asked to help gather people’s thoughts, and local stakeholders are being

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