Statoil win approval for Aberdeen HQ
September 24 2014Halliday Fraser Munro designed headquarters building at Aberdeen’s Prime Four business park after the council’s head of planning came out in support of the project.
The Norwegian energy firm will take 60,000sq/ft of space in the suburban business park to serve as its UK operations centre with construction expected to begin before the year is out for completion by early 2016.
Aberdeen City Council's head of planning, Dr Margaret Bochel, said: “The height of the office is considered to fit in well with its context in the Four Court area of the business park. The high quality of design and materials proposed would fit in well into the setting of the business park when taking account of the other development which is underway and proposed.”
Statoil’s building forms part of a second phase of work at the Drum property Group developed site, following the earlier completion of a number of office pavilions.
Other projects in process of being delivered in the park include a De Vere hotel.
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