AN ABERDEEN hospital which dates back to the mid-18th century could be turned in to serviced apartments if a new proposal gets the go-ahead.
The plans to transform the former Woolmanhill Hospital are to be submitted to local planners by developer CAF Properties alongside NHS Grampian, reports the BBC.
27 serviced apartments could be created at the site as well as a boutique hotel with 50 guestrooms. Both would be operated by Glasgow-based G1 Group.
A number of residential apartments would also be built with a new central square at the heart of the development.
CAF Properties submitted a Proposal of Application Notice to Aberdeen City Council in February which allows for the required public consultation period prior to a full planning application being lodged.
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