Aberdeen will be re-registered as a private limited company - meaning that all the funding for the first phase of the Kingsford development has been secured.
Aberdeen boss McInnes: ‘To bring in signings we have already is a testament of good work by everybody’
Boss Derek McInnes today hailed the Pittodrie board for giving him the financial backing to rebuild his squad in the transfer window.
Aberdeen’s directors hope to cash in on £2million worth of investment as they seek permission to switch from public to private limited company status.
Boss Derek McInnes today ruled himself out of the running for the Scotland job as he is not ready to give up club management and is committed to leading Aberdeen.
Chairman Stewart Milne today insisted the £12 million training complex at Kingsford will not impact the budget available to boss Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes appears to have ruled himself out of the running for the vacant Scotland manager's role, echoing statements from chairman Stewart Milne and vice-chairman Dave Cormack earlier in the week.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne today confirmed the estimated cost of the stadium at Kingsford could rise as much as £10 million to £50m.
Chairman Stewart Milne is confident manager Derek McInnes would reject any bid from the SFA to land him as the new Scotland manager.
A north-east housebuilding firm has won a top award for customer satisfaction.
Willie Miller: Chairman Milne might need to have word with Aberdeen staff and players after Scottish Cup meltdown
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne may need to have a word with Derek McInnes about the lack of discipline at Hampden.
American businessman Tom Crotty said it was an “honour and a challenge” to join the Aberdeen board after investing £1.3 million into the club.
Stewart Milne Homes has formally applied to Aberdeen City Council to build 30 homes – including eight affordable properties – on land to the west of Contlaw Road in Milltimber.
Work has been carried out to repair an Aberdeen school walking route which was at times “impassible”.
The city council put in place planning conditions, meaning the club must ensure parking arrangements are worked out at the stadium, along with a pedestrian bridge across the A944.
The Dandies chief stressed the current stadium design is an outline plan – and he wants supporters to tell the club what features they want in it to ensure views, leg room, the atmosphere and corporate facilities are all to supporters’ taste.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne has today reacted to the outcome of the judicial review into Kingsford Stadium.
Stewart Milne Homes is offering the dream combination of a seaside village with luxurious homes at Charleston, Cove.
Plans to build an 85-home development have been withdrawn.
Chairman Stewart Milne today confirmed the Pittodrie board will back Derek McInnes’ bid to strengthen his squad in the January transfer window.
Aberdeen Football Club has appointed the main contractor in the construction of its new community sports hub and training facilities at Kingsford.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne has urged SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster to request a summit with the SFA in the wake of several controversial decisions this season.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne says Scottish football has “embarrassed” itself over the scheduling of the League Cup semi-finals.
Aberdeen v Burnley in the Europa League: Chairman Milne calling on Dons to make their mark for city and country
Pittodrie chairman Stewart Milne insists the Europa League clash with Burnley is a chance to show the strength of both Aberdeen and Scottish football.
Work on 130 affordable homes in Aberdeen could begin later this year.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne today revealed the AberDNA fans’ funding scheme has already raised £600,000 for the first team.
Chairman Stewart Milne today confirmed the Dons are working hard to ensure both legs of the Europa League clash with Premier League Burnley are broadcast live on television.
Chairman Stewart Milne today hailed starting work on the £10 million training complex at Kingsford as one of the most significant days in the Dons’ 115-year history.
Aberdeen boss McInnes on Kingsford: We don’t just want to do it … we want it to be as good as it can be
Boss Derek McInnes says Aberdeen want to have a stadium and training facilities that are the envy of other clubs.
A new housing development consisting of 40 homes could be built in Aberdeen.
A north-east businessman has been named the third-wealthiest person in Scotland – with a fortune of more than £1.7 billion.