ABERDEEN will again provide a backdrop for two major sporting events this year.
Provost Skene’s House (PSH) is to undergo a major renovation after Aberdeen City Council’s Finance, Policy and Resources Committee agreed steps to conserve and upgrade the historic building.
“Aberdeen in Colour” – a creative lighting strategy and implementation plan – has been adopted by Aberdeen City Council.
The City Centre Masterplan has helped boost take-up of office space in Aberdeen, according to property consultancy CBRE Scotland.
A team of students have been enjoying the spotlight with an idea to help illuminate Aberdeen city centre.
Statues made from giant play blocks, climbing holds on the side of buildings, outdoor “comfy” furniture, coloured water fountains – these were just some of the ideas put forward by youngsters for making Aberdeen a Child Friendly City.
Designs for gateway sculptures marking the new Broad Street public realm space have been drawn up by the city’s creative talent.
An amendment has been made to the detailed planning application to revitalise Union Terrace Gardens (UTG) in response to representations received during the planning consultation period.
A £2.4 million building conservation scheme for Aberdeen’s Union Street was launched today.
Students from the North East Scotland College (NESCol) have captured the distinctive sounds of Aberdeen city centre – including gulls.