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New Aberdeen stadium meetings being held

Artist's impression of new stadium
New artist's impressions of the plans have been released

A series of public consultations on plans for a new home for Aberdeen Football Club have been held.

The aim is for a stadium capable of holding about 21,000 people - costing up to £40m - at Loirston Loch.

Public meetings were held at the Thistle Altens Hotel on Sunday and Monday, and also in the Richard Donald Suite at Pittodrie Stadium on Tuesday.

Councillors have already backed the project, but it still has to clear the planning process.

An alternative site of Kings Links was earlier deemed too small and expensive.

The club has played at Pittodrie for more than a century.



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