Plans for Aberdeen FC’s new £50million stadium have taken another step forward.
Ten years in the making - yesterday Kingsford Stadium took a step forward after Aberdeen Council voted in favour of the new sports complex.
While city councillors have backed the plans, there are still opportunities for other bodies to derail them.
Will it be the Don of a new era? Or will the Kingsford development leave the SPFL club looking red-faced?
Dons stadium supporters and objectors clashed for the final time yesterday as a long-awaited decision on the multimillion pound project looms.
Supporters and objectors of Aberdeen FC’s Kingsford plans made their case at a pre-determination hearing today. Follow our live blog below:
Dons fans would have to travel to Dundee to see their team play in European matches if the proposed £50million stadium does not go ahead, council officers have said.
Caley Thistle have dismissed concerns raised by two former chairmen that the club is being forced to accept a deal from Tulloch Homes or risk becoming insolvent.
A new report claims the economic benefits expected from Aberdeen FC’s proposed move to a new stadium have been “grossly overstated”.
Tonight’s Scottish Championship match between Caley Thistle and Falkirk has been postponed following a pitch inspection.
Aberdeen FC’s new stadium will pump more than £8.5million extra into the north-east and create hundreds of jobs, according to a new report.
Aberdeen footballing legend, Denis Law, has said a new stadium for the Dons is “absolutely the right thing”, in advance of gaining the freedom of the city.
Supporters and objectors of the new £50million Dons stadium at Kingsford packed into the Town House yesterday to deliver their final impassioned pleas ahead of a decision next month.
Business leaders have backed Aberdeen FC’s vision for a new stadium as being crucial to the north-east’s economic recovery.
Increasing numbers of north-east brides and grooms are choosing the home of the Dons to celebrate their big day.
Aberdeen Football Club has released eye-opening digital footage of how its proposed new stadium is planned to look, as part of a campaign to rally support for the development.
Aberdeen FC's new £50million stadium will provide "major economic benefits" to the city according to its backers, despite the publication of a critical report.
Aberdeen Football Club have lodged plans for a new £50million stadium on a site at Kingsford, between Kingswells and Westhill.
Aberdeen Football Club's vice-chairman last night urged the public to "judge on the facts" as the proposals for a new £50million stadium were lodged.
One of the main concerns about Aberdeen FC's proposed move to Kingsford revolves around parking space on match days.
Aberdeen Football Club has submitted a detailed planning application for their proposed new stadium and training facility at Kingsford with Aberdeen City Council.
Dons supporters are being urged to have their say over the proposed new stadium at Kingsford.