Aberdeen City Council has approved plans for 15 affordable flats on the city's Pittodrie Street.
Aberdeen City Council
Aberdeenshire Council is to intervene into plans for 150 new homes within its neighbouring local authority over the potential loss of ancient trees. Comer Group UK had previously notified Aberdeen City Council of its plans to “deliver a mix of high-quality family homes and associated facilitie
Aberdeen Cyrenians is among 12 charities set to receive a total of £48,400 in the third and final round of funding from the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust Aberdeen COVID-19 Hardship Fund.
A moratorium on affordable housing requirements for developments in Aberdeen city centre has been extended until June 2022.
CHAP Group has recommenced work on Aberdeen City Council's council house building programme.
The number of empty homes in Aberdeen has almost tripled in the last four years.
The decision on whether to award eight Aberdeen flat blocks 'A-List' protective status has been placed on hold until further notice.
A further ten charities are set to receive a total of £41,074 from the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust Aberdeen COVID-19 Hardship Fund.
A report has been launched into a project in which four local authorities and seven housing associations, funded by the North and Islands Homelessness and Housing Options Hub and managed by Scotland’s Housing Network, explored enhanced practices in relation to section 11 notices.
Within two weeks of being created, the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust Aberdeen COVID-19 Hardship Fund is set to disburse £161,596 to help citizens experiencing severe financial hardship due to the pandemic.
A plan which will position Aberdeen as a climate positive city while helping to lead the world on the rapid shift to a net-zero future and support the global energy transition by leveraging its unique assets and capabilities has been approved. Members of Aberdeen City Council’s urgent business
Helping almost 10,500 vulnerable people through a crisis telephone line, delivering 1,128 food boxes and providing childcare for 502 youngsters are among the wide range of actions to help locals taken by Aberdeen City Council since the coronavirus lockdown began. Supporting communities and the most
Aberdeen City Council has approved proposals for a retirement community in Cults against the recommendations of its planners.
Aberdeen City Council is working with community partners to raise awareness of sources of help for people affected by domestic abuse during the current COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
Aberdeen City Council has reduced the number of people waiting to be housed in the city by more than 1,000 over the last five years, new figures have shown. The local authority waiting list has fallen from more than 7,600 in 2015 to around 6,100.