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Construction begins on £5m Aberdeen homeless facility

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November 12 2013

Construction begins on £5m Aberdeen homeless facility
Aberdeen City Council, in conjunction with Kier Construction, has conducted a sod-cutting ceremony on the site of a £5m homeless and support centre.

Situated on the site of the former Victoria House on West North Street the facility is scheduled for completion by autumn 2014 and will comprise a three storey block of 20 bedsits with en-suite showers for homeless vulnerable people - together with a ground floor kitchen, laundry, lounge and staff accommodation.

An additional 20 flats will be provided in a six storey adjoining block offering homes with up to four bedrooms.

The project is scheduled for completion by autumn 2014.
A six-storey block offers 20 one to four bed flats
A six-storey block offers 20 one to four bed flats
The facility has been designed in-house by Aberdeen City Council
The facility has been designed in-house by Aberdeen City Council

3 Comments

*sigh*
#1 Posted by *sigh* on 12 Nov 2013 at 16:55 PM
Why Aberdeen? Why do you keep doing this?? Is it constantly 1999 in the council design office?
Jim
#2 Posted by Jim on 12 Nov 2013 at 19:08 PM
Why is Urban Realm even promoting this pile of rubbish?
Neil
#3 Posted by Neil on 13 Nov 2013 at 09:04 AM
Endorsed for:
SketchUp
Clumsy Massing
Generic Noughties Materiality
Worthy and Important Brief Compromised By Dearth of Ambition and Architectural Talent

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