Scottish News: Activists contest Aberdeen homes

Aberdeen City Council could face a legal challenge over its proposal to allow up to 6,000 homes to be built on green belt sites after 2010. Aberdeen University planning law lecturer William Walton believes that the policy, contained in the authority's latest local plan, is unlawful because it contradicts the existing north-east Scotland structure plan.

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