Health chiefs are calling on the public to have a say on new services for Aberdeen communities.
Aberdeen City Health and Social Partnership (ACHSCP) is to begin the first stage of a project to provide new facilities for the growing Danestone and Grandhome communities.
It will have benefits for the wider corridor and will set out additional investment in existing facilities in Bridge of Don.
Chief officer Sandra Ross said: “We are embarking on the first phase of what is a long process to secure funding to invest in facilities that will enable the transformation of health and care services and meet the additional demand arising from planned new housing in the Grandhome and the Bridge of Don areas.
“The business case process has three stages – initial agreement, outline business case and full business case – and we will keep our communities informed about progress at each step.”
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ACHSCP has organised public engagement events to ask people from the area what is most important to them.
Starting tomorrow from 8.30am to 10am, people are asked to visit the Danestone Medical Practice’s waiting room to give their views.
They can also visit on April 24 from 8.30am to 10am.