Aberdeen City Council

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Once completed, the new £30 million development located on Wellheads Road in Dyce, will house 283 new homes. The site will include a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom units across four buildings, each five storeys, with green open spaces, outdoor seating and children’s play areas.

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart MSP has officially opened Castlehill Housing Association’s development at Maidencraig on the Lang Stracht in Aberdeen. Built by Bancon Homes, the development consists of 36 two and three bed houses with their own garden and ample parking spaces nearby. 

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The biggest council housebuilding programme in Aberdeen in more than half a century has taken another major step forward as plans progressed for 283 new homes. First Endeavour LLP is set to deliver the housing units at Wellheads Road in Dyce after entering an agreement with Aberdeen City Council.

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A collective of tenants, residents, registered social landlords and local authorities in the North East celebrated the launch of a strategy and action plan over lunch with social housing tenants, residents, staff and partners.

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Affordable homes are to be developed in Aberdeen city centre after offices at Exchequer House were acquired by developer Swan Group. Previously used as commercial offices, the four floors above the currently occupied ground floor has recently received planning permission for a 37-unit development.

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A new affordable housing development which will inject 67 good quality affordable homes into the city’s housing stock has been officially opened by minister for local government, housing and planning Kevin Stewart MSP. Constructed by Stewart Milne on behalf of Hillcrest, the development at Cou

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The number of people left homeless as a result of domestic violence has almost tripled in Aberdeen over the past five years, according to new data. Figures from Aberdeen City Council revealed there were 258 incidents in which people fled their homes after violent or abusive disputes in 2017-18,

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