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Dyce Drive developments
The first in a series of public information sessions to outline the scope of development and infrastructure works being carried out in the Dyce area took place this week.
Aberdeen is experiencing a period of rapid growth and investment, with a surge in the number of major new developments being created across the city, and particularly in the Kirkhill and Dyce areas.
Aberdeen City Council organised the information session, during which business park developers ABZ, Miller Developments (D2 Business Park) and Abstract Securities (Aberdeen International Business Park) presented details of their developments and explained the associated infrastructure improvements. The potential impact on the roads network and how that will be managed was also discussed.
Gordon McIntosh, the council's director of Enterprise, Planning and Infrastructure, set the policy and economic context of growing city development, and explain the authority's own infrastructure works in the area, including the Dyce Drive link road and the 999 space Park and Choose.
Further events are to be organised on a six-monthly basis to ensure the public and business community are kept fully informed of progress and developments, planned works, and mitigation which will be in place to manage the impacts of ongoing works, as well as what the developments mean for the future in terms of employment and economic benefits for the city.
The aim of the sessions is to ensure the public is fully aware of the developments, planned works, and mitigation which will be in place to manage the impacts of ongoing works, as well as what the developments mean for the future in terms of employment and economic benefits for the city.