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Delay on travelling people sites plan in Aberdeen

Objectors in Aberdeen
Image caption The plans have raised objections among local people

A decision on proposals for new travelling people halting sites in Aberdeen has been delayed.

The council's housing and environment committee was due to discuss the plans, but it has been deferred to the next meeting of the full council on 6 March.

The authority wants to create a permanent halting site at Scotstown Moor in Bridge of Don, with an interim site at Granitehill Road.

There has been opposition from some locals involved.

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