Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne has promised to address the concerns of residents living near the site of the Dons’ £50million stadium and training ground project after protesters dropped their appeal bid against the plans.
The campaign group which lodged a legal challenge against Aberdeen FC's £50m Kingsford stadium plans has said it will not challenge its approval.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne says Pittodrie ‘will not be forgotten’ as club progresses move to Kingsford
The chairman of Aberdeen FC has promised that the club’s historic home will “not be forgotten” as he turns his attention to the second phase of construction at the Dons’ new ground.
The Dons have been given the go-ahead to complete construction of the club’s new Kingsford stadium after a judge overwhelmingly ruled against legal objections raised by local protestors.
Aberdeen FC have been given the go-ahead to proceed with their new £50 million stadium after a judge ruled against objectors who sought to waylay the plans during a judicial review.
A legal challenge surrounding a football club’s plans to build a new stadium has begun at Scotland’s top civil court.
Protestors trying to halt work on a 20,000-capacity football stadium on the outskirts of the city have branded plans to transport supporters there as “fantasy”.
Dons receive £1m funding boost to build training and community sports facilities at new Kingsford stadium
Aberdeen FC has received a £1 million funding boost to build training and community sports facilities at the new Kingsford stadium.
A campaign group set up to fight the proposed £50 million new home for Aberdeen FC has now urged supporters to object to another proposed development in the area.
The chairman of Aberdeen FC said his club’s Kingsford stadium ambitions would not be stopped by protestors as diggers rolled in to start work on the £50 million project.
An Aberdeen FC fan group has said the club’s new stadium could be “the envy of British football” if bosses install a safe standing area.
Objectors to Aberdeen’s £50 million new stadium plans have snubbed talks with the club.
Aberdeen FC have been given the go-ahead to build their new stadium and training complex at Kingsford.
Fresh battle lines have been drawn between supporters and opponents of Aberdeen FC’s new stadium dream following the signing of an important contract to allow work to begin.
Objectors to multimillion pound plans for the new Dons stadium have insisted they were forced to create a fake figurehead for their campaign group because of online abuse from supporters of the scheme.
A group opposing the new Dons stadium development have vowed to fight on as the deadline for the Scottish Government to object approaches.
Aberdeen FC’s ambitious £50million stadium plans have taken their largest step forward yet - the overwhelming backing of city councillors.
Objectors brand decision by council planners to recommend approval for Kingsford “deeply concerning”
Plans for a new £50million Aberdeen FC stadium are one step closer after being backed by city council planning chiefs.
Westhill residents clashed at a heated meeting to discuss the fresh public consultation on Aberdeen FC’s new stadium plans.
Aberdeen FC’s hopes of gaining approval for its new multimillion-pound stadium in time for Christmas have been dashed.
Members of the public, who are attending a hearing on the proposed new stadium for Aberdeen FC, at Aberdeen City Council today will have their bags searched.
A campaign group opposing the construction of a proposed new stadium for Aberdeen Football Club at Kingsford met last night and agreed to stage a protest when city councillors carry out a site visit later this month.
Major business bosses have thrown their weight behind Aberdeen FC’s £50million Kingsford stadium bid as momentum builds behind the move.
Increasing numbers of north-east brides and grooms are choosing the home of the Dons to celebrate their big day.
A senior Dons executive has promised the club's planned new stadium will be "world class" - despite opponents of the development submitting a fresh objection.
Two leading north-east business groups have thrown their weight behind plans to relocate the Dons to a £50million new home.
Aberdeen FC bosses have defended plans for a £50million new stadium as a force for "positive change" - despite north-east planning chiefs highlighting a string of concerns.
A north-east politician has waded into the debate on plans for a multi-million new home for Aberdeen FC on the outskirts of the city.