Monthly Archives: February 2016

City investment programme to continue despite budget savings

Aberdeen City Council is operating in an environment of increasingly constrained public finances. The settlement from Scottish government for the year ahead means that local authorities across the country are facing some of the toughest choices we’ve ever known. Aberdeen is no different. Our revenue funding has been cut by more than £10million, while we […]
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SPECTRA leads the way for an impressive year of culture

Last week, SPECTRA – our festival of lights – welcomed more than 20 artists from across the world to Aberdeen who showcased our city in a whole new light. And the event also succeeded in capturing the hearts of tens of thousands of our residents. We have received many messages, all incredibly positive reactions, from […]
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First householders have received grant funding after Storm Frank

We have awarded the first grants to householders in Aberdeen who were affected by the terrible flooding which happened after Storm Frank. The devastation to homes and residents is catastrophic for many, not just in material terms with belongings ruined but also emotionally, with treasured photographs or other family memories destroyed or tainted forever. While […]
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