Aurora Planning

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Plans to deliver the site of Aberdeen's Silverburn House office block into a large housing development have been given the go-ahead in principle. Parklands View LLP lodged an application in 2019 to convert the site on Claymore Drive into 119 new homes, of which 30 will be affordable.

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The Church of Scotland has revealed plans to convert abandoned Aberdeen buildings into homes. The church hopes to knock down Northfield Parish Church to make space for 16 flats while plans have also been submitted to demolish Summerhill Parish Church and build 14 homes.

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Deputy director for policy and research for the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) John Stewart died on Saturday, March 19 aged 49. The former Aberdeen City Council leader was elected as Liberal Democrat councillor for Berryden in 2003 and was re-elected in 2007.

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A planning stipulation that threatened to halt the development of new homes in Aberdeen has been removed by the Scottish Government. London-based property developer Xusa received the green light to convert a disused office block in Dyce into a complex of 50 modern apartments and public spa

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Aurora Planning Ltd has been recognised in the prestigious Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2021. Company founders Maggie Bochel and Pippa Robertson said that they are delighted at winning the Small Planning Consultancy of the Year category.

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The best small planning consultancies from across the UK have been recognised in the list of finalists for the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2021. Finalists in the Small Planning Consultancy of the Year category at this year’s RTPI Awards include Auro

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Owners of a Scottish consultancy firm are urging employers to nurture the next generation of planners to avoid a crisis in the profession. Directors of Aurora Planning Ltd in Aberdeen, Maggie Bochel and Pippa Robertson, insist action must be taken now to prevent a skills shortage in the sector.

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The developer behind a failed bid for hundreds of homes at Aberdeen's historic Rubislaw Quarry has submitted new plans for the site. Canadian firm Carttera has lodged a proposal of application notice to Aberdeen City Council for 250 private flats, gym, function room, public bistro and promenade alon

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