A rent support scheme for Aberdeen City Council tenants has helped care experienced young people across the city enrol in higher or further education. An update of the success of the scheme, which was previously agreed at full council in March, was given to councillors on operational deliv
A further 15 charities are set to receive a total of £49,786 in the fourth round of funding allocation from the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust Aberdeen COVID-19 Hardship Fund. The successful charities are: The ARCHIE Foundation; Aberdeen Foyer; Social Bite; Aberdeen Association of
Aberdeen City Council has submitted plans to build 212 homes for rent on the site of Kincorth Academy. The development will comprise of a mix of unit types with shared residential streets, parking and external amenities.
Local registered charities in Aberdeen are once again being given the chance to apply for support from the relaunched COVID-19 Hardship Fund organised by the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust. The aim of the Hardship Fund is to raise much-needed cash for Aberdeen-based registered charities to he
Streetsport, the Denis Law Legacy Trust’s flagship programme and run in partnership with Robert Gordon University (RGU), is now able to support its community in new ways thanks to £4,350 from the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust COVID-19 hardship fund. Hannah Clews, development offi
Aberdeen City Council and adult social care provider Bon Accord Care have sent a joint letter to sheltered housing residents outlining the easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions which have been in place over the four months. The letter advises on the measures being taken by both organisations
Aberdeenshire Council is to intervene into plans for 150 new homes within its neighbouring local authority over the potential loss of ancient trees. Comer Group UK had previously notified Aberdeen City Council of its plans to “deliver a mix of high-quality family homes and associated facilitie