Aberdeenshire Council

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Almost £2 million of funding for a wide range of projects to support ongoing work to tackle poverty and inequalities in Aberdeenshire has been approved. The budget was agreed by Aberdeenshire Council’s Communities Committee as councillors heard an update on the progress of work undertake

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Aberdeenshire Council budgets for the coming year have been set this month. Councillors met and debated how much to spend on services as part of revenue budgets, the capital plan, the housing revenue account, and carbon commitments in the coming year.

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A vacant school in Inverurie will be demolished by early 2024, with housing suggested as a use for the site, the local authority has confirmed. The St Andrews School building in the town centre has been earmarked for demolition, with Aberdeenshire Council now looking to hire a contractor. A loc

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An Aberdeenshire Self-Build Register has just been launched. It asks people to provide their basic information and what type of plot they are looking for.

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The work that has taken place over the past year to tackle child poverty in Aberdeenshire, and details of new and ongoing initiatives, have been published in the latest Child Poverty Local Action Report. Prepared by the Tackling Poverty & Inequalities Strategic Partnership, and involving those w

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There’s still time to share views about Aberdeenshire’s Strategic Housing Investment Plan, or SHIP, which details the potential affordable housing investment programme across the area from 2024-2029. The plan sets out the strategic approach Aberdeenshire Council and its partners will tak

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Aberdeenshire Council's Housing Service is looking for volunteers for tenant working groups to look at future priorities to be included in the Housing Revenue Account business plan. The council plans to run a series of working groups over August and September that will involve tenants and other serv

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A new affordable housing development in Fraserburgh is to be named after one of the town’s most famous sons, iconic fashion designer Bill Gibb. At a meeting of Aberdeenshire Council's Banff and Buchan Area Committee earlier this month, councillors unanimously agreed to name the flats on the co

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