Aberdeen City Council

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Aberdeen is set to benefit from modular constructed facilities for a new Travellers’ site at Clinterty. The 21 amenity blocks will incorporate kitchens, bathrooms, and store facilities, with two of the buildings have been designed with full wheelchair accessibility.

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An appeal has gone out for individuals to take part in a working group to help understand the issues being faced by those experiencing poverty and inequality. Aberdeen City Council’s Anti-Poverty and Inequality Committee is looking for support from a group of up to 12 individuals for an initia

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Aberdeen City Council is to suspend the delivery of more than 300 council homes across two developments due to rising costs associated with construction. A report which went before the local authority's finance and resources committee yesterday said in light of the inflationary pressures a

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Grants have been agreed by Aberdeen City Council’s Finance and Resources Committee for community-led regeneration projects. The money from the Place Based Investment Programme Fund is also used for supporting town centre revitalisation, community wealth building, and 20-minute neighbourhoods (

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Members of the public are being encouraged to attend a Staying Well and Warm Winter Roadshow tomorrow between 10am and 2pm at the Central Library. This free, non-ticketed event is open for anyone concerned about the increasing cost of living.

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Thousands of Aberdeen residents are to receive a gift card to the value of £125 from Aberdeen City Council to help combat cost of living challenges.

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A new council committee is to sit this week with the aim of helping reduce poverty and inequality in Aberdeen. The Anti-Poverty and Inequality Committee will determine steps for the city as a whole as well as those to help key groups such as children, disabled people, women, people from black and et

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Aberdeen City Youth Council held an event at the Foyer this week to launch its Youth Housing Survey Report. The report, based on the views of 595 young people from across Aberdeen, was compiled for young people by young people and will provide valuable information to professional services within the

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Up to 500 empty council properties are to be renovated to help house people fleeing global conflict. Aberdeen City Council is to spend £6.15 million bringing buildings back into use as part of a nationwide effort to accommodate people displaced by war in Ukraine.

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