Aberdeen

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Aberdeen City Council has agreed to continue to press ahead with building a new primary school at Countesswells while legal remedy could be sought over non-payment of developer obligations for the project. Councillors agreed a motion that instructs officers to seek a final resolution with 

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A major milestone for the Berryden Corridor Improvement Project has been reached as Scottish Ministers have given their go-ahead for Aberdeen City Council to progress with the compulsory purchase order for the project. Transport Scotland is writing to people and organisations which took part in a pu

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More than £26 million is being invested in a major initiative in Aberdeen to accelerate the energy sector’s transition to net-zero emissions. The Energy Transition Zone, which will be located adjacent to the city's new £350m south harbour development, is expecte

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Barratt Developments North Scotland has donated £1,000 to Streetsport Scotland and to Bucksburn Community Council, as part of its latest Community Fund giveaway. Each year, Barratt Developments, which includes both Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, works with a wide range of local causes a

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An investigation has been launched into the alleged removal of granite steps from historic Union Terrace Gardens in Aberdeen.

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Aberdeen City Council has highlighted rising construction costs plus a shortage of materials and workers after the local authority confirmed it would manage to build only half of its target of 2,000 homes by next year’s deadline.

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Scottish Building Society (SBS) has announced the opening of a £500,000 branch in Aberdeen to support existing customers and drive new business in the North East. The world’s oldest building society has completed the refit of a three-storey office block on the corner of Union Street and

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A total of 302 new modern and energy-efficient affordable Hillcrest homes have been completed in Aberdeen recently, giving the Granite City’s provision of low-rent homes a welcome boost and supporting the local authority’s aspirations to provide quality homes across the city.

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The creation of the £21 million SeedPod hub for food and drink industry growth on the outskirts of Aberdeen will move ahead at pace after it received planning approval. Led by Opportunity North East (ONE), SeedPod will put the region's businesses at the forefront of innovation, produ

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