Workmen will continue to demolish Aberdeen City Council's former headquarters today.
Aberdeen City Council
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A building which has been a focal point of the Granite City skyline for almost half a century is finally being reduced to rubble.
The final stages of demolition on Aberdeen City Council's former headquarters got underway today, following a two week delay in the work.
Tender submissions for the Third Don Crossing construction works have been opened.
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Demolition experts will resume work on Aberdeen City Council's former headquarters on Monday after work was put on hold on the advice of health and safety chiefs.
Councillors have been advised to reject plans for a 300-home development on the derelict site of the former Royal Cornhill Hospital in Aberdeen.
Plans for a 300-house development on the derelict site of the former Royal Cornhill Hospital in Aberdeen are back on the table.
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