The public are being asked to give their views on two proposed new primary schools.
Aberdeen City Council is proposing to build new schools in Countesswells and Milltimber, with both scheduled to open in August 2021, or as soon as possible thereafter.
A new school would be built within an identified site of the Countesswells development and would see pupils relocated from their temporary home – the formerly-mothballed Hazlewood School – to the new primary.
Meanwhile, the existing Milltimber Primary School will move to a new building on an identified site within the Cala Homes development.
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Education convener John Wheeler said: “We are proud of our recent £80 million investment in new schools and we are looking at further investments in our schools estate to ensure that our children and young people have the best possible facilities in which to learn.
“The Countesswells and Milltimber proposals are key to that ambition and reflect the expansion of the city in those areas. I would urge anyone with an interest in the plans to take part in the consultation so we can take everyone’s views on board before arriving at informed final decisions.”
Both consultations will close on Friday June 7. Public consultation meetings will be held on May 21 from 7-8pm, at Airyhall School for Countesswells, and at Milltimber School for Milltimber.