Aberdeen City Council

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Aberdeen City Council has highlighted rising construction costs plus a shortage of materials and workers after the local authority confirmed it would manage to build only half of its target of 2,000 homes by next year’s deadline.

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A total of 302 new modern and energy-efficient affordable Hillcrest homes have been completed in Aberdeen recently, giving the Granite City’s provision of low-rent homes a welcome boost and supporting the local authority’s aspirations to provide quality homes across the city.

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Housing officers at Aberdeen City Council have voted to go on strike next month amid claims they are under “mounting pressure” to manage an increased workload as a result of a rise in housing arrears and homelessness in the city. A ballot held by trade union Unite earlier

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Aberdeen City Council has agreed to review its 25-year masterplan to regenerate its city centre due to the impact of Covid-19. Members of the city growth and resources committee approved the move which will consider a framework for economic recovery in the short, medium and long term, and a bas

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Several Aberdeen City Council staff are being balloted on strike action after an increase in housing arrears and homelessness in the north-east left many workers “at breaking point”. Service cuts have caused a dispute between the council and staff who say they are under significant press

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Aberdeen City Council's appeal against a decision to award protected status to eight blocks of 1960s high-rise flats has now reached the Scottish Government. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) granted A-listed status back in January to Gilcomstoun Land, Porthill Court, Seamount Court, Virginia

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Aberdeen City Council is investing in a £5.2 million project that will see low-carbon and energy-efficient technology installed in 100 council homes. Solar panels, heat pumps and battery storage systems will all be installed, with the aim of demonstrating how green innovations are a viable rou

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Homes found to be sinking into the ground in Aberdeen will finally be demolished after the local authority issued a contract worth more than £400,000 for the work. Plans to knock down the city centre flats on both Erroll Street and Erroll Place have long been planned, but now the scheme h

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A new policy setting out how Aberdeen City Council’s housing service will deal with incidents of domestic abuse was unanimously agreed at a committee meeting yesterday. The policy applies to current and prospective tenants and includes actions to increase awareness and training of council staf

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