Five tools to improve your ASPC property search online

October 21, 2015

In Buying a house, Property news By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

How many properties do you look at online before you set up a viewing? The number will be different for everyone, depending on how much of an idea you have in your head about your dream home – but it’s important to know everything you can about a property before you make a trip to see it

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Could King’s Gate roundabout be replaced with traffic lights?

October 14, 2015

In By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

It’s been a big year for the roads in the North East of Scotland, and Aberdeen in particular. First, we have the £745m Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie-Tipperty bypass, then plans to improve the Haudagain Roundabout route…and now it has been suggested that the Anderson Drive roundabout at King’s Gate could be the next target. (“Target” seems an appropriate word in this case. I have to declare an interest, here, as I use both in my commute.)

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Buying a House in Scotland Part One: Preparations

October 07, 2015

In By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

While ASPC is apparently concerned with marketing properties for sale in the most effective way, one can tend to forget that it was originally set up to help prospective buyers.

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A look at the Rowett South development masterplan – ASPC

September 30, 2015

In North East News By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

There seems to be a lot of housing developments springing up in the North East over the past months: including Chapelton. In recent weeks, two further developments have been granted planning permission in principle: for the Rowett South site at Bucksburn, and for Loch of Loirston.

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Will Aberdeen’s Music Hall revamp strike the right note with the city?

September 23, 2015

In North East News By John MacRae, Chairman of ASPC

Aberdeen’s historic Music Hall is known for being 'a beautiful space to make music with a perfect acoustic’ – but improvements are proposed as part of a £7m redevelopment

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