Aberdeen City Council has agreed a £3.3 million deal to upgrade the Travelling Persons Site located at Clinterty. The plans involve demolishing existing plots to build 21 new ones for Travellers.
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Progress has been made in bringing privately owned residential properties back into use across Aberdeen.
A second round of consultations is being held for two proposed sites for new council houses in Aberdeen which are both in an area already zoned for housing near Newhills, Northfield, and Kingswells. The Greenferns and Greenferns Landward developments are both on land already owned by Aberdeen City C
Aberdeen City Council has raised almost £500,000 from extra council tax on homes left empty for extended periods of time.
Aberdeen City Council has received an additional capital funding grant of £5.617 million from the Scottish Government’s Heat Network Fund to fund the second phase of the Torry Heat Network. The infrastructure within this next phase of this Heat Network is the main spine heat distribution
Aberdeen City Council has agreed to move to the next phase of its transformation Target Operating Model (TOM) which aims to further enhance services and the same time deliver necessary budget savings amid severe financial pressures. The council also committed to building a new school in Tillydrone w
Aberdeen City Council tenants who have refused to have new smoke alarms fitted could see officials force entry to their homes to rectify the issue. The local authority said it expects implement a “new procedure” by the end of August to upgrade 2,500 properties which do not have the
A public drop-in event is being held on Monday for residents in the Torry area to find out more about the new heat network being built. The event, which is being held at Tullos School from 6pm to 9pm, will have staff from Aberdeen City Council and the main contractor Vital Energi on hand to answer q
Aberdeen City Council is asking its citizens to nominate an exceptional council employee or council team that they think are worthy of being crowned People’s Champion 2022. The Star Awards are the council’s annual staff recognition awards, which includes the People’s Champion and i
A scheme to encourage people to ride bikes more was officially launched yesterday with a Scottish Government ministerial visit from Patrick Harvey.
Councillors in Aberdeen are to consider whether to pause or abandon work to build new schools, nurseries and social housing due to increasing construction costs, according to reports. Proposals to help the local authority make savings on current developments and to cancel new projects altogethe
Aberdeen’s new convener of the Council’s Capital Programme Committee visited the site of the forthcoming Torry School and Community Hub yesterday to see progress on the new development. Councillor Christian Allard saw at first-hand the structure taking shape following the commencement of
Aberdeen City Council is to explore broadening the ways it can help residents overcome poverty. The council will consider making a £1 million fuel bill fund – set aside earlier this year – available for additional household costs.
A public consultation to gather views from residents on a proposed Aberdeen City Council short-term let licensing scheme has started.
Aberdeen City Council is seeking detailed planning consent for the refurbishment of 28 existing flats on Union Street to provide "much needed" one-bedroom homes for the local authority.