Aberdeen City Council

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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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Quattro House, an empty office building in the south of Aberdeen could be partially demolished to make way for new flats if plans submitted by Faro Capital are approved. The building, which was recently valued at £1.5 million, has lain empty since Petrofac vacated the premises in summer 2015 &

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Aberdeen City Council has helped thousands of residents in the last 11 months during the coronavirus pandemic including 45,578 calls and online requests to a crisis support line, 4,652 food boxes sent to vulnerable or shielded people, and 8,784 calls for financial assistance and advice.

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Aberdeen's historic Monkey House is set to be converted into high-end apartments. The Press and Journal has exclusively revealed that The Epic Group has submitted plans to the Aberdeen City Council to build 4 high-end two- and three-bedroom flats on the three upper storeys of the A-listed forme

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Aberdeen City Council, an Inverness-based building company, a community housing project in Dumfries & Galloway and a Fife Council officer were the winners in the 10th Scottish Empty Homes awards sponsored by Fraser & Fraser Genealogists and International Probate Researchers.

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Property developer First Endeavour LLP has been given the green light to build 92 new flats in a four-storey building at the former site of a truck servicing firm on Auchmill Road in Aberdeen. Aberdeen councillors have approved the plans for 218 Auchmill Road which include plans for landscaping, car

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Aberdeen City Council’s capital committee were informed yesterday of the progress being made on the local authority's programme to build 2,000 new council homes, as members agreed a report which outlined the stages of the construction works at seven sites.

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