Former Aberdeen Hospital to be transformed into hotel and homes
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June 20 2016conversion of an abandoned Aberdeen hospital to form a 52 room hotel, 27 serviced apartments, 30 flats and 10 affordable homes.
Plans drawn up by TCD Architects will see the area around the central square, currently used as car parking, pedestrianised with surrounding listed buildings renovated to accommodate the change of use.
Commenting on the plans Charlie Ferrari of CAF Properties said: “We believe our proposal will make a significant contribution to the wider masterplan for the revitalisation of Aberdeen city centre.
“Woolmanhill is an important landmark in Aberdeen and breathing new life into this site preserves its history and marks a new chapter in its story for current and future generations.”
Work on-site should begin in earnest next year for completion by late 2019.
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