Consultations have started for two proposed sites for new council houses in Aberdeen which are both in an area already zoned for housing near Newhills, Northfield, and Kingswells. The Greenferns and Greenferns Landward developments are both on land already owned by Aberdeen City Council and both wou
Aberdeen City Council is searching for contractors to start work upgrading the travellers’ site at Clinterty. The plots are located nine miles north-west of Aberdeen near the A96 Inverness road in a “rural setting”. There are 21 plots with one fully accessible for people with disab
Aberdeen City Council has agreed an annual budget of £150,000 for an innovative children and young people’s action plan to help tackle climate change. The funding allocation for a plan to be devised by a citywide Pupils’ Climate Change Working Group was agreed following an address
Deputy director for policy and research for the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) John Stewart died on Saturday, March 19 aged 49. The former Aberdeen City Council leader was elected as Liberal Democrat councillor for Berryden in 2003 and was re-elected in 2007.
Aberdeen City Council has approved a budget protecting vital public services whilst accelerating inclusive economic recovery. The 2022/23 spending plan includes £1 million for a new Aberdeen Fuel Poverty Assistance Fund for people not covered by national schemes, which is expected to benefit o
Property developer HBD is to work with Aberdeen City Council on delivering high quality, energy efficient homes in the Bridge of Don. Construction of 536 council houses will begin this week on a 56-acre site at Cloverhill in the north of Aberdeen.
Building work has started on a development of new homes on the site of a former Aberdeen fire station. Housing provider Sanctuary is delivering the project on North Anderson Drive which will create 118 affordable homes for local people.
Five multi-storey buildings in Aberdeen have now been added to Scotland’s listed building register. Porthill Court, Seamount Court, Virginia Court, Marischal Court and Gilcomstoun Land have all been listed in recognition of their architectural and historic interest.
Offers for the sale of two former Aberdeen school sites are to be accepted after the move was agreed at a council committee. Aberdeen City Council’s city growth and resources committee approved the move to accept the recommended offers received after extensive marketing exercises for the sites
Ogilvie Construction has completed two phases in the development of new council flats which are part of an exciting programme building 2,000 new council houses across Aberdeen. The development at Wellheads at Dyce is one of nine sites across the city where Aberdeen City Council is building new counc