GOODMAN has submitted plans to Aberdeen City Council to create a thriving new business community in Dyce which could accommodate over 1,000 jobs.
The ‘City North Aberdeen’ development will provide three new office buildings varying in size. If approved, construction is expected to begin this summer.
In recent months, demolition experts have been clearing a disused multi-storey car park and former health club in Dyce. The demolition process marks the start of the final stage of the redevelopment of the 30 acre site which was formerly BP’s North Sea operations centre.
Niall McGilp, regional development director for Goodman in Scotland, said, “Strong demand for office space in Aberdeen continues to be constrained by a lack of supply and this speculative build would, if approved, create accommodation for more than 1,000 people.
“We’ve been working closely with the architects, Keppie Design, to produce a bold plan to deliver an attractive, landscaped commercial development which would continue the transformation of the local area.”