Residents of an Aberdeen community have set up an action group to make their voices heard on plans for a fire-hit school site.
A former school site at the heart of a face-off between a boxing champion and a garden centre is to go back on the market.
The plan put forward by Mr McAllister could transform the site of the fire-hit school into a sports centre with a swimming pool, cafe and gym.
The chairman of an Aberdeen community council has said it would be a “shame” if a former school was turned into housing.
A total of 15 sites across Aberdeen have been earmarked to develop new homes, according to a report.
An Aberdeen legend has given his backing to a planned £10 million health-and-fitness hub being proposed by a city boxer.
A decision on who will take over a site at the centre of a clash between Aberdeen’s most famous boxer and a local garden centre has been delayed.
An Aberdeen boxing champion says he has offers from abroad to help fund a proposed £10 million sports centre project.
A golfing champion has given his backing to an Aberdeen boxer’s plan for a £10 million community health and fitness hub.
Dons legend Jim Leighton has thrown his support behind plans for a new £10 million fitness village.
North-east alcohol addiction charity founder gives backing to Lee McAllister’s health and fitness village
A north-east man man who set up a charity to help those battling alcohol addiction is backing a boxer’s plans to create a new health and sports facility.
Video: Aberdeen swimming club backs Lee McAllister’s plans to create a £10 million health and fitness village
An Aberdeen boxer’s plans to create a £10 million health and fitness village have been backed by a north-east swimming club.
A popular north-east garden centre has submitted an offer to purchase the former Cordyce School building.
A north-east boxing champion has lodged £10 million plans to turn a disused school into a health and fitness village.
Fire services are in attendance at a blaze at former Aberdeen school.
Decision to close Aberdeen school destroyed in fire last year won’t be called in by Scottish Government
Council plans to close an Aberdeen school badly damaged in a fire will not be called in by the Scottish Government.
Councillors have backed plans to demolish a fire-hit school.
A former Aberdeen school could cost the taxpayer £224 a day unless it is knocked down, a new report says.
Incidents included Cordyce School on Riverview Drive being damaged in a fire started by vandals, as well as speeding and youngsters throwing fireworks.
An Aberdeen school that was badly damaged by a fire has been targeted by vandals on at least five occasions in the last 18 months, the Evening Express can reveal.
Four youths have been charged in relation to a fire at an Aberdeen school.
Around 32 firefighters spent more than three hours battling a major blaze at an Aberdeen school.
A consultation has opened on a move to permanently close an Aberdeen school.
MORE than a dozen firefighters battled a blaze at an Aberdeen school.