Residents, neighbours and members of the public are being invited to shape the plans for the next stage of development at the growing new town of Countesswells. The first phase received planning permission in 2016 and the consortium is now designing the next phese.
The developers, Countesswells Development Limited, will host a live and interactive session on the project website Countesswellsconsultation.co.uk
on Tuesday 8th December between 4pm and 7pm.
The design and project management team are working on a masterplan for the second phase of the development, which represents a £1billion investment in creating a new town that will, when completed, deliver 3,000 new homes within distinctive neighbourhoods and a town centre with two primary schools and a secondary school, along with other community facilities and businesses.
They are eager for local people, including residents and prospective buyers, as well as relevant, interested parties to participate in the consultation so that their views and aspirations can be considered. The feedback will be used to further inform the design proposal which will go to Aberdeen City Council as part of the masterplan approval process.
The outline proposal, which can be found online at Countesswellsconsultation.co.uk will build upon the key design concepts and principles established within the adopted Countesswells Development Framework and Phase 1 Masterplan.
Feedback can be submitted to: Countesswellsconsultation@ryden.co.uk or printed and posted to: Countesswells Consultation, Ryden LLP, 25 Albyn Place, Aberdeen, AB10 1YL.
Hard copies of the exhibition material or feedback forms can be requested from the same email address, or by calling Ryden LLP on 01224 569655.