Aberdeen City Council

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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

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Five 1960s high rises in Aberdeen have had their A-list rating confirmed after the Scottish Government rejected appeals from the local authority. In January 2021, Historic Environment Scotland (HES) listed Gilcomstoun Land, Seamount Court, Porthill Court, Marischal Court, Virginia Court, Thistle Cou

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Work has started on three new council housing developments as part of Aberdeen City Council’s flagship 2,000 new council houses building programme. (from left) Councillor Marie Boulton (convener, capital programme committee), John McHardy (business development director, Robertson Con

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Aberdeen City Council officers are to investigate and provide a business case to see if defibrillators can be provided in all schools and sheltered care homes. Councillors on yesterday’s city growth and resources committee unanimously agreed to the move and a report will be provided for the Bu

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Aberdeen City Council is continuing its long-term partnership with Scarf which allows city residents to access free and impartial energy advice services. The partnership agreement is particularly relevant as gas and electricity prices are increasing which will have a significant impact over the comi

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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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Aberdeen City Council is once again supporting national Challenge Poverty Week, which runs from 4-10 October and aims to highlight the reality many face from living in poverty. As a key partner of Community Planning Aberdeen (CPA), the council is working in partnership with public, private and third

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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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More Scottish local authorities are to assist Afghan families moving to the UK under a government relocation scheme.   Aberdeen City Council is among a number of local authorities that will support families across the UK during their temporary resettlement. 

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Turning Point Scotland has been appointed by Aberdeen City Council as the new provider for the city’s Housing First service. The service will help people with multiple and enduring support needs to move into a tenancy without having to meet pre-determined personal goals to prove they are ready

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