- 8 Feb 2021
Date received: 11 Dec 2020
Date responded: 21 Dec 2020
1. For the last five years (2015-2020) how many applications have been received about sites planning flats or other residential dwellings in Aberdeen city boundaries?
2. What % proportion have been found in favour of the appellant?
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