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Redevelopment of Greyfriars House approved in principle

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THE demolition of Greyfriars House Aberdeen to make way for the building of up to 140 flats has been approved in principle.

Telereal Trillium wants to redevelop the disused, 1950s office block based in the Gallowgate.

It’s proposed the flats will be spread across three new buildings with parking for 33 cars including  electric vehicle charging points.

City councillors unanimously approved Telereal Trillium’s outline plans but the firm will still need to gain approval for more detailed plans before building can begin.

Sam Rosenkranz, Telereal Trillium asset manager, said: “Greyfriars House represents a great opportunity to bring this city centre location back to life and reignite its contribution to the local economy.”


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