Campaigner lodges formal complaint over Aberdeen’s City Garden Project plan
Business case claims rejected by supporters
A FORMAL complaint has been lodged over the business case for a £92 million regeneration plan.
Mike Shepherd, who led a campaign group that fought the City Garden Project proposal, has branded the report by Aberdeen City Council officers a “travesty”.
The claims – fiercely rejected by supporters – have been outlined in a letter to Aberdeen City Council chief executive Valerie Watts.
Mr Shepherd has challenged assumptions that £15m of private cash and a £20m grant for the Art Gallery will be found.
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