Aberdeen City Council

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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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Aberdeen City Council has said it will review its practices after a padlock was placed on the door of a flat while an undiscovered dead man lay inside. Michael Stewart, 32, was discovered dead in his property on Friday 8 March by police carrying out a welfare check at the request of his mum. He had

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Councillors have approved plans for around 300 homes in Aberdeen. Developers First Endeavour LLP will build 283 flats across four five-storey blocks at Wellshead Road in Dyce.

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Aberdeen City Council has launched a new empty homes service with support from the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP). A full-time specialist empty homes officer will be employed to help track down owners of empty properties and work with them to return them to the housing stock, for instance b

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Elderly tenants of Langstane Housing Association have received an apology from Aberdeen City Council for failing to deliver a grit bin as promised. The council agreed last September to install a grit bin close to the Seaton Walk residents after being approached by local MSP Kevin Stewart.

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Council planners have recommended that plans for around 300 council homes in Aberdeen should go ahead. Planners gave the nod to a revised proposal from First Endeavour LLP to build 283 flats at Wellshead Road in Dyce across four five-storey blocks, the Press & Journal reports.

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Thirteen blocks of flats in Aberdeen are to be demolished due to long-running subsidence issues. Aberdeen City Council's city growth and resources committee accepted a recommendation from officers to demolish flats in Erroll Place and Erroll Street, near King Street.

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Stakeholder groups have been given an outline of the funding challenges facing Aberdeen City Council as it prepares to set the 2019/20 budget. The budget will be decided at a meeting of full council on March 5 – with a range of measures to be considered to bridge a funding gap of between &poun

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A major public consultation is to be held on a key planning document that will "shape Aberdeen in years ahead". The Aberdeen Local Development Plan (LDP) provides a land use framework – including 15 “preferred options” for potential housing sites – to ensure the city grows an

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An appeal against an Aberdeen City Council decision to reject a planning application for additional properties at a CALA Homes site has been upheld by the Scottish Government. The housebuilder’s plans to deliver 16 homes at its Craibstone development were rejected by the local authority last y

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Dandara has been selected as the preferred bidder to redevelop the Middlefield Triangle following a decision by the Aberdeen City Council’s city growth and resources committee. The Triangle will be created when a connecting road is built between North Anderson Drive and Auchmill Road to ease traff

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