Council’s vision for future of Aberdeen revealed
A blueprint for the future of Aberdeen has been unveiled by council leaders, with a five-point plan detailing major investment in housing and infrastructure.
But last night the report – long touted by the Labour-led administration – was immediately criticised by opposition politicians as being “completely underwhelming” and lacking in funding detail.
The Strategic Infrastructure Plan (SIP) ( Click here to read the report ) includes key goals aiming for a “step change” in low-cost housing, improved digital connections, better transport links, a rise in skilled workers and a boost for the city’s image.
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