Aberdeen City Council

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Aberdeen City Council has approved a refreshed Local Housing Strategy for the city that is being drafted with a revised vision and strategic outcomes that will form part of its development.

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The Belmont Cinema, major restorations to His Majesty’s Theatre, and a community radio station are among a raft of local organisations which are to benefit from grants approved by Aberdeen City Council. Members of the Finance and Resources Committee agreed the monies for projects around the ci

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New amenity blocks for Travellers at Clinterty which include a kitchen, bathroom, and storage facilities have been completed. The facilities, which were funded by Aberdeen City Council with £3.1 million of support from the Scottish Government Gypsy/Traveller Accommodation Fund, include 21 amen

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Council tenants in Aberdeen are being encouraged to share their views on the current housing system. The Tenant Satisfaction Survey is open for all Aberdeen City Council tenants to take part in to help identify areas within the housing service for improvement.

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Work is underway to convert a commercial property in Aberdeen’s Bridge of Don into six high-quality rented homes for registered social landlord Osprey Housing. The £850,658 Ellon Road project — due for completion in September — is helping preserve a part of the city’s r

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Councillors have approved plans to increase public involvement in setting Aberdeen City Council’s future spending plans. The report on the lessons learned from the application of the council’s Budget Protocol during last year’s public consultation also recommended the development o

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A new rent assistance fund to offer financial support to Aberdeen City Council tenants has been approved. Councillors from the Communities, Housing and Public Protection Committee welcomed the introduction of a £500k Rent Assistance Fund pilot funded from the 2024/25 Housing Revenue Account (H

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The city centre, education, and an increased commitment to tackling inequalities were key themes of the annual Budget approved by Aberdeen City Council. As part of measures to help combat the cost-of-living crisis, councillors agreed to freeze Council Tax for 2024/25, allocate £1 million for n

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A resident in an Aberdeen home believed to contain reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) has launched a petition calling for more support from the Scottish and UK governments. Approximately 500 homes in the Balnagask area of Torry are likely to be affected by the presence of the materia

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People living in four Aberdeen communities are being invited to stand and represent their communities in upcoming Community Council elections. Elections will be held on Thursday 18 April in the following areas:

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As part of a series of planned visits, members of Aberdeen City Council's Anti-Poverty and Inequality Committee visited Aberdeen Cyrenians last week to hear from staff and volunteers.

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