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Work begins on £10m Aberdeen Royal Infirmary car park

Image of planned car park Image copyright NHS Grampian

Staff, patients and visitors are being warned of reduced parking spaces at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary as work begins on the construction of a £10m multi-storey car park.

The car park will have space for more than 1,000 vehicles.

Funding to improve car parking at ARI was pledged to NHS Grampian by The Wood Foundation, set up by businessman Sir Ian Wood and his family.

Work is getting under way on Monday, with the opening due next July.

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