Images for former Aberdeen City Council HQ plans released

Images of four plans A full report will be discussed on 1 May

Images of four proposed schemes for the development of the former Aberdeen City Council headquarters site have been released.

More than 1,000 council staff vacated 14-storey St Nicholas House, erected in 1968, for the newly-refurbished Marischal College building in 2011.

Offers were then received from potential buyers.

A full report on the disposal of the site will be considered by the full council when it meets on 1 May.

BBC Scotland had revealed in September that Aberdeen City Council officials had recommended a shortlist of four potential buyers be drawn up.

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