The construction period will be around 10 weeks and, at times, a one-way system will be in operation on Schoolhill.
City Centre Masterplan
Campaigners say Aberdeen’s Castlegate can be “impossible” to access for those with a range of disabilities including visually impaired people, those with mobility issues and wheelchair users.
Plans for a hotel near an Aberdeen shopping centre have been approved, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Plans to turn a former Aberdeen building society branch into flats have been withdrawn.
Free evening parking has been introduced in city centre car parks in a bid to “extend the day”.
Planners have recommended flattening a historic Aberdeen landmark to make way for a £100 million “urban village”.
A deep clean of Aberdeen could see 300,000 pieces of gum blasted from the streets.
Contractors have been asked to bid for work to regenerate a historic Aberdeen garden.
Funding has been approved to hang colourful lamps high above an Aberdeen city centre street – the first in a series of 12 projects to light up the town.
Council chiefs are set to investigate a request to set up a segregated cycle path on Aberdeen’s Union Street.
Councillors are set to make a decision on the proposed redevelopment of Union Terrace Gardens in less than two weeks.
One of Aberdeen’s most historic buildings is to undergo a major renovation after councillors approved spending additional cash on the project.
Aberdeen’s ambitious city centre regeneration is being looked at as the next huge project to get a kick-start from a pioneering government scheme.
A £2.4 million scheme to restore and enhance buildings on Aberdeen’s Union Street has generated “significant interest”, according to the city council.
Designs for a new public space have been created by a group of North-east students artists.
New images show how amended plans to revitalise Union Terrace Gardens will look.
Aberdeen residents have been asked to shed light on plans to showcase the city’s landmarks.
A firm responsible for the lighting of the Sydney Opera House has been hired to make Aberdeen shine like never before.
Plans for a Granite City shopping centre expansion, which could "revitilise" a district, are set to be lodged by the end of the month.
A revamped indoor market would create a new shopping corridor and help regenerate the city centre, according to a business boss.
A bid to push forward with a masterplan for the Granite City was stopped in its tracks at the Town House.
The entrance to Aberdeen train station could be extended into Guild Street according to a new planning brief.