Aberdeen City Council

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A senior housing manager in charge of finding accommodation for hundreds of Ukrainian refugees has been suspended by Aberdeen City Council. Neil Carnegie, the local authority’s communities and housing area manager, has been ordered to stay away from work while an investigation is carried

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A public drop-in event is being held on Monday for residents in the Torry area to find out more about the new heat network being built. The event, which is being held at Tullos School from 6pm to 9pm, will have staff from Aberdeen City Council and the main contractor Vital Energi on hand to answer q

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Aberdeen City Council is asking its citizens to nominate an exceptional council employee or council team that they think are worthy of being crowned People’s Champion 2022. The Star Awards are the council’s annual staff recognition awards, which includes the People’s Champion and i

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Aberdeen’s new convener of the Council’s Capital Programme Committee visited the site of the forthcoming Torry School and Community Hub yesterday to see progress on the new development. Councillor Christian Allard saw at first-hand the structure taking shape following the commencement of

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Aberdeen City Council is to explore broadening the ways it can help residents overcome poverty. The council will consider making a £1 million fuel bill fund – set aside earlier this year – available for additional household costs.

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Aberdeen City Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to adopt a new technology-led approach to tackling homelessness. The council has partnered with an online fundraising platform and social enterprise, Beam, which helps homeless people and council tenants at risk of homelessness t

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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

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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

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