Aberdeen City Council

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More than £2 million is still available for community projects through a scheme managed by Aberdeen City Council. The council was awarded £3.8m from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) Communities and Place.

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Work has begun to refresh plans aiming to support people experiencing poverty while living in Aberdeen. The Anti-Poverty Outcome Improvement Group met with external advisers at a workshop on 19 September to begin updating the Local Outcome Improvement Plan (LOIP), which sets out plans for making the

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An extensive consultation with residents and owners in eight Aberdeen city centre multi-storeys has been launched as part of the production of a full options appraisal for the future of the buildings. The consultation, which is online as well as copies available in drop-in sessions, will explore vie

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The second phase of major public consultation to help shape Aberdeen City Council’s spending plans has been launched. The rising cost of delivering public services means that the council must plan for a funding shortfall of £83 million over the next four years, which includes £35m

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People living in Aberdeen are being invited to share their views on what matters most to them at a series of Community Planning drop-in events, which get underway this month. Community Planning Aberdeen is the name for the local partnership of public, private and third sector organisations and commu

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More than 22,000 council homes in Aberdeen are currently being reviewed for the presence of reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) – a lightweight building material used between the 1950s and 1990s. Although Aberdeen City Council is not expected to have many homes built with RAAC, the c

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Councillors have approved the creation and operation of an Aberdeen City Council Trusted Trader Scheme (ACCTTS) as part of the Home Improvements sector. ACCTTS aims to provide a list of local businesses who have agreed to be vetted by Trading Standards, so that they have an understanding of their ri

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The key achievements and successes of Community Planning Aberdeen and our communities were set out in the Annual Outcome Improvement Report for 2022-23, along with the Locality Plan Annual Reports 2022-23 for North, South and Central Localities. The reports that went before Community Planning Aberde

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A range of proposals for tackling poverty in Aberdeen have been brought forward – including bidding for a share of a £1.8 million fund to tackle food insecurity. The council’s Anti-Poverty and Inequality Committee this week welcomed a report from external advisers outlining potenti

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The first new council houses to be built to the gold standard in Aberdeen have been completed and are ready for tenants to move in. The development at Cloverhill in the Bridge of Don will provide 536 homes which will be a mixture of flats, cottage flats, and two, three, and four-bedroom houses. The

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