OGILVIE Construction has started work on a £30 million project to build 283 flats in Dyce for Aberdeen City Council.
The development will comprise a range of apartments across four five-storey buildings. The buildings are described as being positioned to create ‘linear green open spaces’ with outdoor seating and two children’s play areas.
Donald MacDonald, MD of Ogilvie Construction said, “We are proud to be working with Aberdeen City Council to deliver new housing that will provide a quality environment for future residents and the local community. The new homes will be constructed to the highest quality using modern, sustainable materials.”
Aberdeen City Council co-leader councillor Jenny Laing commented, “The work at Wellheads Road accelerates our ambitious council housing programme, which is already delivering a raft of new homes. Improving the quality of life for residents is fundamental to everything the Council does and the provision of high quality, affordable housing offering a range of tenancies is central to that.”