Plans have been submitted to Aberdeen City Council by Robertson Property for the proposed development of Harness Road in the Altens Industrial Estate.

The site lies where the previous Laurie's Motel was located in Scotland's 'Granite City'.

How the development will take shape

The development plans include three drive-thru units adjacent to a retail building, which will be split into separate units.

It is anticipated that the new development will create jobs in the local area.

The units are being marketed by Robertson Property through Commercial Property Consultancy FG Burnett, with negotiations taking place with potential occupants.

Planning Consent will hopefully be granted by Aberdeen City Council in autumn 2018, with works starting on site in spring 2019.

“Robertson Property is proposing to redevelop the former Laurie’s Motel for three drive-thru restaurants, including a KFC, and a local retail unit.” Katherine added: “The proposed site is on the edge of Altens industrial estate. The redevelopment of this vacant Brownfield site will be a positive contribution to the surrounding area and complementary to neighbouring businesses.”

Katherine Mackintosh, Robertson Regeneration and Property Managing Director

Proposed developement information:

 

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