THREE outdoor spaces are in the running for a makeover as part of a campaign by a property developer to mark its 40th anniversary.
Stewart Milne Group launched its RUBY (Regenerating Urban Back Yards) campaign to improve run-down community spaces in the North-east.
Members of the public, specialist interest groups, charities and community councils were invited to nominate an outdoor space in need of improvement.
And three entries have now been shortlisted in the North-east area by judges.
A community park project in Bucksburn promoted by Bucksburn Community Council, the development of a children’s play area in Tillydrone promoted by the Parents for Play group and a community garden at Loirston Annexe Community Centre, Cove are all in the running.
Now, people are being asked to vote for the one they feel deserves the support with the winner announced on December 18.
Voting can be done through the company’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
John Low, managing director at Stewart Milne Homes North, said projects they felt offered the greatest benefit to the communities were shortlisted.
He added: “With the RUBY campaign we aim to help regenerate outdoor spaces and amenities that need a bit of attention and help to build stronger, better resourced communities across the regions we work in.”
Stewart Milne Group will allocate the resources and support towards the winning project or provide the materials and/or people to carry out the improvements.