Refurbishment works are expected to be undertaken at a north-east council headquarters, according to a new report.
In April, councillors decided Aberdeenshire Council’s main office would remain at Woodhill House in the city, with Gordon House in Inverurie to be sold.
A report to Aberdeenshire Council has revealed there would be a need to undertake refurbishment works at Woodhill House to allow “new ways of working and increased staff numbers”.
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It added this would include transferring employees around the building to vacate wings in preparation for upgrading.
The upgrading works would then be carried out in a series of phases to minimise risk to the work of the council.
NHS Grampian is also eyeing a move to buy part of the building to house some of its staff.
Councillors will consider the report when they meet on Thursday.