News

Tuesday 27th August 2019

AJC Homes has moved on site and opened their sales and information centre at Grandhome. Their initial development will include a collection of over 30 properties, from 2 & 3-bedroom apartments, detached houses and bungalows, to 2 & 3-bedroom semi-detached, mid-terrace […]

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Grandhome Phase 1 Infrastructure Approved

Delivery of the first phase of Grandhome has taken a further step forward this month following Aberdeen City Council’s approval of Planning and Road Construction Consent applications for infrastructure that will serve the new community’s first neighbourhood, Laverock Braes. This […]

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Infrastructure plans submitted for new community of Grandhome

A planning application has been lodged for the infrastructure that will support the creation of the first neighbourhood within the new community of Grandhome on the north-west edge of Aberdeen. The application to Aberdeen City Council seeks permission to construct […]

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Grandhome Public Exhibition 2015

The Grandhome Trust is to hold a public exhibition presenting the latest plans for the first neighbourhood that will make up part of the new mixed-use community at Grandhome, Bridge of Don. In spring 2014, Aberdeen City Council resolved to […]

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Planning Approval for New Community of Grandhome Permission in Principle Secured for 25-year Plan to Create 4,700 Homes, Amenities and Infrastructure

The Grandhome Trust has welcomed Aberdeen City Council’s decision to approve its plans to develop the new community of Grandhome on the north-west edge of Aberdeen. On 28 May 2014, the Council’s Planning Development Management Committee approved the Trust’s planning permission in principle application for the […]

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Planning Permission in Principle Sought for New Community at Grandhome

Significant progress has been made by The Grandhome Trust in the preparation of a new mixed-use community in northwest Aberdeen, with the submission of an application for planning permission in principle to Aberdeen City Council for up to 4,700 homes […]

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