Berryden corridor improvement
The existing Berryden corridor facilitates journeys between the city centre, the north of Aberdeen and beyond. The corridor represents a pinch point in the city road network and has been identified as a route operating beyond its capacity leading to significant congestion and journey time delays, particularly at peak times.
The Berryden Corridor Improvement Project involves widening the existing road and junction improvements between Skene Square and Ashgrove Road, and constructing a new section of road between Ashgrove Road and Kittybrewster roundabout.
The project will provide substantial benefits across the north of the city and beyond including:
- Improved journey times and connections.
- Reduced congestion.
- Improved pedestrian and cycle provision.
It will also build on the benefits gained from the opening of Diamond Bridge further improving connections within the city.
An overview of the online exhibition which was held from 19 November to 16 December 2019 is still available to view.
A public exhibition, was also held at Sainsbury’s, Berryden Road on 29 and 30 November 2019. Images of the boards displayed at the public exhibition can be downloaded from the links below:
Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO)
The use of Compulsory Purchase is necessary to acquire land required to build the project. Notice for the making of the Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) was served in November 2018. There are no set timescales for the CPO process but typically it can take around 12-24 months. Road construction will not take place until the land acquisition process is completed.
You can read the Scottish Government's guide to compulsory purchase and compensation on their website at the link below:
The Compulsory Purchase Order can be inspected on request at Marischal College.
Download the CPO map below:
Download the Statement of Reasons below:
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