City leaders’ plea over gardens: Let’s move on
ABERDEEN’S council leadership last night called on the city to “move on” from a row over Union Terrace Gardens following a verbal roasting from Scottish ministers.
The Labour-Tory-Independent coalition issued the plea in an attempt to draw a line under what has been one of the most divisive issues in the Granite City in recent memory.
But opposition SNP group leader Callum McCaig immediately hit back, insisting the issue was “a long way from dead”. He predicted the controversial City Garden Project plans, to overhaul the city centre, would “almost inevitably” end up back before council within the next 12 months.
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