Andrew Learmonth


In a Carbuncle: Aberdeen award damages a great city - not that the organisers care

Aberdeen has been named Scotland's most dismal city after winning Urban Realm's Carbuncle Award (click here to read more). Journalist Andrew Learmonth argues that the 'patronising and self important' award misses Aberdeen's finer points, but will leave it with a negative legacy to fight nonetheless.


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