Council asked to back new Peterhead police station plans

Plans for a new police station for Peterhead could be set to get the green light.

Local councillors in Aberdeenshire are being asked to approve full planning permission for the site at Catto Way when they meet next Tuesday.

The station and custody suite would replace the current 118-year-old police station at Merchant Street.

The existing Grampian Police facility has been deemed no longer fit for purpose.

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