Work complete on build of 283 flats in Dyce

OGILVIE Construction has completed the build of a housing development at Wellheads in Dyce.

The 283 flats were built in four phases and are a mixture of one to eight-people properties for varying needs. They come as part of Aberdeen City Council’s programme of building 2,000 new council houses across the city.

Designed to have a high level of energy efficiency throughout, the local authority said that the properties also have low maintenance and will be heated by Aberdeen Heat and Power, which uses waste heat from the production of electricity.

Aberdeen City Council housing spokesperson, councillor Sandra Macdonald, said, “It is fantastic that all 283 council flats at Wellheads are now finished and we hope that residents will really enjoy living in their new homes. These new homes will not only be great places to live in but have been designed to help meet the greatest demand for properties for families, single people, and housing for varying needs.”