David Cowans, group chief executive at Places for People and Jenny Laing, Aberdeen City Council leader Places for People has signed a pioneering partnership with Aberdeen City Council which will create 2,000 new homes in the city with the potential to build a further 1,000 properties.
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Jenny Laing By Aberdeen City Council leader Councillor Jenny Laing
Work is due to start this month on Aberdeen's largest council house development in more than a decade. Aberdeen City Council is set to develop almost 100 new homes at the former Smithfield Primary School site in the Middlefield area of the city.
David Mundell The north east of Scotland is to benefit from over £500 million of funding to improve its housing and infrastructure.
Councillor Marie Boulton The first grants have been awarded by Aberdeen City Council to householders in the city who were affected by the recent flooding.
Union Street in Aberdeen A multi-million pound city deal to support more affordable homes in Aberdeen’s should be agreed as a matter of urgency, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has told prime minister David Cameron.
Councillor Neil Cooney Budget proposals for Aberdeen City Council’s 2016/17 Housing Revenue Account (HRA) and Housing Capital Account have been approved by councillors.
Aberdeen City Council has selected a preferred bidder for a £300 million partnership deal to deliver a step change in the supply of housing. The innovative approach follows a commitment in the local authority's Strategic Infrastructure Plan (SIP) to build 2,030 homes by 2017.
Aberdeen City Council has granted planning permission in principle for a major expansion to the north of the city. The application for the Rowett South site at Bucksburn includes 1,700 houses, retail and commercial provision as well as education, leisure and community uses.
Councillor Willie Young Aberdeen City Council is introducing a new charging policy for sheltered housing to ensure all tenants are paying the same amount for the same service.
Aberdeen city centre Housing and better connectivity have been unveiled as two of the main priorities set out in proposals for an Aberdeen City Region Deal.
Councillor Neil Cooney Aberdeen City Council is helping property owners make essential repairs to flatted buildings in an initiative that is improving the city's private housing stock.
Councillor Neil Cooney Aberdeen City Council is to hold a public consultation on an over-provision scheme to control the number of Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in the city.
Councillors have decided not to relax planning conditions to try to resolve a dispute that is holding up a major 3,000-home development in Aberdeen. The £700 million scheme at Countesswells, west of Hazlehead Park, was approved last October but work is being delayed because of a ‘Section 75’ di
Plans to demolish a former Aberdeen hotel and build affordable housing have been granted conditional approval. Members of Aberdeen City Council’s planning development management committee agreed to grant detailed planning permission for the Cloverleaf Hotel site in Bucksburn, subject to a legal ag