ACSEF

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ACSEFAberdeen City and Shire Economic Future (UK)
ACSEFAustralasian Coal and Shale Employees' Federation
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He is a member of the board and council of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce; a member of the Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future management team; a member of the boards of Aberdeen City Centre Regeneration Board, Aberdeen Inspired and ACHT; and sits on the Energetica and Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) steering groups.
These stakeholders include; Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdeen City and Shire Hotels Association, Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future, AECC, Aberdeen International Airport, National Trust for Scotland, Scottish Enterprise, Travel Scotland, VisitAberdeen, VisitScotland Business Tourism Unit and VisitScotland.
But Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future, the public-private body backing the project, blamed the consultation result on the "misconception" that they wanted to build a flat, concrete square with new shops.
1bn of economic benefits according to the research commissioned by the airport and Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future (Acsef).
Tom Smith, who is chairman of the region's public private economic forum Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future (ACSEF), admits it is a political hot potato but is concerned about opportunities being lost.
Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future (ACSEF) is a joint public/ private sector body promoting the economic development of the area covered by Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Councils.
The region's economic body, Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future, said they were positive the offshore windfarm and golf development can exist in harmony.
Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future has added Centrica Energy's strategy and commercial director Paul de Leeuw to its board.
In a speech to Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future (ACSEF), Derek Provan set out his ambition to create an Airport City, with Aberdeen Airport at its heart.
Rita Stephen, of Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future, said: "Completing the bypass would reduce the overall level of traffic using urban roads in Aberdeen, and some of Aberdeenshire's unsuitable rural roads as unofficial bypasses.
Oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood is putting pounds 50million towards the Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future project to raise the gardens.
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