Members of the public are being invited to view the latest stage of development plans for the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour.

Aberdeen Harbour Board, Scottish Enterprise and Aberdeen City Council are preparing a development framework for Nigg Bay, Altens and East Tullos.

The framework will examine the long-term development and regeneration opportunities arising as a result of the proposed new harbour at Nigg Bay.

Planning and design company Barton Willmore has already held a series of consultation events and is now hosting a further round of community and stakeholder engagement.

The latest exhibition is now available to view at the Marischal College main reception until Wednesday, May 27.

The process is aimed at gathering public opinion on the future of the Nigg Bay area.

Ramsay Milne, Convener of Aberdeen City Council’s Planning Development Management Committee, said: “I would urge as many people as possible to get involved in this process and have their say on the framework which will help to shape the future development of Aberdeen harbour and the surrounding area.”

The exhibition material can also be viewed and downloaded from the following web link: www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/masterplanning

Any comments, feedback and observations are welcome. Members of the public are asked to use the response forms provided at Marischal College or to email aberdeenharbour@bartonwillmore.co.uk

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