Second Stage of Consultation at Marischal Square begins
Thursday 12th December 2013
People living and working in Aberdeen are set to have a further opportunity to share their views on the plans to transform the former St. Nicholas House site in the city into the vibrant new Marischal Square development.
More than 1600 people took the opportunity during October and November to take part in the first stage of the consultation process and Muse is back in the city this week to share progress on the proposals.
Key individuals will again be available at Aberdeen Art Gallery on December 12th, 13th and 14th to discuss the exciting plans to provide a new development for the city, which will include office, hotel, restaurant, leisure and civic space, along with public access, landscaping, car parking and public realm improvements.
There will also be the opportunity to view a new set of project visuals which have been developed following the first round of consultation.
Muse regional director for Scotland, Steve Turner, “From Thursday, we will be in a position to share further details on the proposals with those keen to find out more about the Marischal Square project. The event will also provide further opportunities for people living and working in Aberdeen to have an influence on the shape of the city’s new civic and commercial space,”
Deputy council leader Marie Boulton said: “This is a valuable site which can deliver something really special for the future of Aberdeen. It continues to attract a huge amount of interest and there is no doubt that the new Marischal Square development will play a very important role in bringing more people into the area and regenerating the city centre.”