Council sharing ‘city centre vision’ to help entice buyers for flagship Aberdeen building


ABERDEEN leaders will attempt to help woo buyers for the city’s flagship Marks and Spencer building by showing off major regeneration efforts.

The St Nicholas Square store is just off a stretch of Union Street currently closed for expensive upgrades designed to entice more pedestrians and cyclists to the area.

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It is also just yards from what will be the eye-catching entrance to the £40 million new food and drink market – which is also in the early stages of construction.

Aberdeen City Council has now voted to provide estate agents with more information on its “masterplan” aims, in the hopes this could lure in some interested parties and give the department store a fresh lease of life.

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