Aberdeen City Council

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First Endeavour LLP is preparing to submit plans to Aberdeen City Council for a new affordable housing development to the north of Peterculter.

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The friendly bench project is an initiative is supported by ACVO in partnership with Aberdeen City Council which invites third sector organisations to claim and design a bench in the city to raise awareness of the support and services that they provide.

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Planners at Aberdeen City Council have requested further consultation into plans for a housing development. Bancon Homes submitted a pre-application notice for the residential and retail development in the area to the south of North Deeside Road in Milltimber.

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Aberdeen City Council has reminded residents near the Den Burn of their “responsibilities as landowners” as it continues efforts to prevent flooding in the area.

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Plans to build a housing development of over 100 homes on the outskirts of Aberdeen have begun. The development can now begin as Silverburn House, on Claymore Drive in Bridge of Don, which formerly housed GE company Baker Hughes has been demolished.

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Once completed, the new £30 million development located on Wellheads Road in Dyce, will house 283 new homes. The site will include a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom units across four buildings, each five storeys, with green open spaces, outdoor seating and children’s play areas.

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