Aberdeen City Council

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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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Plans have been submitted with Aberdeen City Council to build 30 affordable homes. The planned development would made up of 100% affordable housing and be built on the site of the former Braeside Primary School in Aberdeen’s west end.

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Progress has been made in supporting individuals and communities in Aberdeen through the Warm Spaces initiative. Aberdeen City Council’s Communities, Housing and Public Protection Committee welcomed an update on progress, that showed that Warm Spaces is available in Central and 16 Community Li

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King Charles visited Aberdeen where he met families forced to flee their country because of conflict – and he thanked the city for providing a place of refuge and humanitarian aid. Aberdeen City Council has worked with the UK and Scottish Governments and partner organisations to provide accomm

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Work has been completed and tenants have begun moving into a development of new council flats which are part of a programme building 2,000 new council houses across Aberdeen. The development at Auchmill near Bucksburn is one of nine sites across the city where Aberdeen City Council is building new c

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Aberdeen City Council has approved plans submitted by Gordon Investment Corporation to build 44 new homes at Peterculter. Gordon Investment Corporation had applied for permission to build a mix of private, affordable and retirement housing on land off Cornyhaugh Road. The plan went before Aberdeen C

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A second phase of a heat network in the community of Torry was approved yesterday which will provide an additional almost 570 homes and a new school with lower-cost energy. The £10 million Torry Heat Network will supply heat for the three high rises at Morven Court, Brimmond Court, and Grampia

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