Aberdeen councillors could sign off on the use of compulsory purchase orders (CPOs) to secure land for a long-awaited roads project in a bid to boost the economy during the coronavirus crisis.
New figures have shown 47 people in Aberdeen while on a community payback order or under post-release supervision
Objections can be made until next Friday into a bid to forcefully buy property and land from homeowners as part of a £26.4 million roads scheme.
Aberdeen City Council has been criticised for failing to contact residents affected by a potential bid to forcefully buy their property.
A man who lost his home through a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) for the Third Don Crossing today spoke of his sadness at seeing his old property being put back on the market.