Art Gallery – £34.6 million redevelopment, including £10m from the Heritage Lottery Fund and £10m from Aberdeen City Council, to create a world-class cultural centre.
Marischal Square – £109m office, hotel and leisure complex, anchored by Residence Inn Marriott.
Provost Skene’s House – New £3.8m visitor attraction celebrating the global influence of local folk.
Music Hall – £9m revamp of the iconic concert venue includes new studio space and box office, and the restoration of the historic auditorium.
Union Street – More than £600,000 spent cleaning buildings and pavements, and upgrading/removing/fixing and repainting street furniture. A further £2.4m is set aside to improve the fabric of historic buildings.
Broad Street – £3.2m redesign offering pedestrian-priority area space capable of staging events throughout the year.
Union Terrace Gardens – £25.7m revitalisation of the beloved Victorian Park to improve access, amenity and activity while conserving heritage.
Aberdeen in Colour – strategy for lighting the city centre – including landmarks and gateways – to give Aberdeen a new night-time identity.
Independent Aberdeen – seeks to support and promote homegrown retail businesses, adding to the distinctiveness of the city centre.