New council homes should begin to take shape on the site of a former Aberdeen secondary school this winter.
Plans to create a major council housing development have taken a major step forward today.
The land has lain empty since the demolition of the ex-Summerhill Academy building in 2012, despite Aberdeen City Council’s pledge to build 369 flats on the site as part of its housing strategy.
Plans to build almost 370 flats at a former Aberdeen school have been approved.
Fencing around the derelict site of a demolished Aberdeen school has been re-secured following concerns over children playing on the land.
Work is expected to start in June to create almost 370 flats at a former Aberdeen school.
Former pupils at an Aberdeen school are set to reunite more than 30 years after leaving school.
Work could start as early as next month to build almost 370 homes on the site of a former Aberdeen school.
Proposals for a new £35 million housing development in the North-east have moved forward.