New proposal to build 150-bed hotel in Aberdeen unveiled

A new plan to build a hotel and restaurant on the outskirts of Aberdeen city has been unveiled.

The major new development, which could be finished to coincide with the opening of the new Aberdeen bypass, would see the construction of a new hotel, restaurant, garden centre and petrol station on the land at Goval Farm near Dyce.

Plans for the 150-bed hotel were unveiled this week to the public and could be completed at the end of 2017, in time for the launch of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route if approved by the city’s council.

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The new development would transform Goval Farm, which is currently owned by resident John McIntosh.



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