Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 31

Devastating news for Aberdeen as Police and Fire & Rescue boards vote for closures

January 30th 2014 saw two major blows to Aberdeen and the rest of the north of Scotland as The Scottish Police Authority Board (SPA) voted in favor of closing Aberdeen’s 999 and 101 call centers and the Fire & Rescue Board chose to close it’s Aberdeen Control room, both in favor of moving these services …

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Jan 29

Great News for The Aberdeen Music Hall!

  We are delighted to hear that Creative Scotland as part of their capital funding announcement have awarded Aberdeen’s iconic City centre venue the Music Hall a total of £1.5 million towards it’s redevelopment. We think this is fantastic news for Aberdeen Preforming Arts (APA) who currently operates the venue and for Aberdeen City. This move which …

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Jan 29

Concerns over Aberdeen’s Queen Street Police Station

On Tuesday 28th January the Evening Express reported that our City Centre Police Head quarters was not safe from closure. This raises a lot of concern for us as we feel one of the major assets in Aberdeen’s City Centre is the ability to walk straight into the main headquarters of the local police and …

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Jan 28

Aberdeen’s Local Development Plan Consultations

Aberdeen’s Local Development Plan (LDP) team are currently working on the yearly update of the 2016 LDP. The team have now started two consultations on two aspects of the LDP and are looking for comments. The first of the consultations is Main Issues Report which is a 10 week consultation running from 13 January until 24 March 2014. …

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Jan 18

New Temporary Traffic Order Imposed – UNION TERRACE

Start Date and Time : 26 January 2014 06:00  End Date and Time : 26 January 2014 12:00  Location : UNION TERRACE Description : The effect of the order, which will operate from 06:00 until 12:00 on Sunday 26 January, 2014, is to impose a prohibition of driving on Union Terrace, from its junction with Union Street, northwards …

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