Marischal developers claim lessons learnt from Union Terrace
Developers behind the Marischal Square project to transform the area around one of Aberdeen’s most famous landmarks claim lessons have been learned from the Union Terrace Gardens debacle.
Steve Turner, regional manager for Muse Developments Ltd, made the comments as a public consultation into the £100million overhaul of the land surrounding Marischal College began yesterday.
The project will aim to showcase the new council headquarters and Provost Skene’s House to maximum effect, while drawing people into a new public square flanked by a hotel, offices and shops.
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