Aberdeen City Council

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The £250 million Aberdeen City Region Deal agreement was officially signed yesterday, paving the way for investment in housing and better connectivity across the region. The terms of the deal commit both the UK government and Scottish Government to jointly investing up to £250m whilst Aberdeen Cit

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The number of empty council properties in Aberdeen has been halved in the past year. The number of void properties available for re-let declined from 399 to 211 (47 per cent) between October 2015 and October 2016, a new report by Martin Smith, the council's area housing manager, states.

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Plans to create more than 100 homes in Aberdeen moved forward this week after a section 75 agreement was signed between developers CALA Homes and Aberdeen City Council, the Evening Express has reported. Section 75 agreements are used to secure vital funding for infrastructure such as roads and schoo

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Aberdeen City Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to be assigned a credit rating as it prepares to invest in major housebuilding and construction projects. Credit rating agency Moody's has assigned Aberdeen an Aa2 rating, one level below the United Kingdom as a whole, reflecting

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Aberdeen City Council has broken ground on a £13.5 million housing development at Manor Walk. The former playing fields in the Middlefield area will be home to 80 new council properties and will feature a mixture of flats and houses.

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Feature lighting is to be installed at multi-storey blocks after a pioneering pilot scheme was agreed by Aberdeen City Council. Morven Court, Brimmond Court, and Grampian Court in Balnagask will be the first buildings to trial the £150,000 energy efficient lighting.

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