Business plan for Bon Accord baths in Aberdeen outlined

Bon Accord Baths The art deco pool closed as part of council budget cuts

Campaigners trying to reopen Aberdeen's Bon Accord baths have met council officials to outline their business plan.

The swimming pool on Justice Mill Lane closed in 2008 because of council budget cuts.

It is estimated more than £5m will be needed to refurbish the historic art deco design building.

The city council has not ruled out handing over the building if a deal can be agreed.

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