20 MAY 2016:


Planning Application Lodged for Alterations, Extensions and Change of Use of Redundant Licensed premises to Form a Malaysian Cultural Centre. 


 13/14 Adelphi, Aberdeen.


This is a new cultural concept for Aberdeen. The Malaysian Cultural Centre will incorporate a Reception/Welcoming Area, Restaurant with Bubble Tea Bar, Juice Bar and Take Away Facility, Common Room including Stage, Business Development Areas including Meeting Rooms, Cultural Library, Hot Desk Area and Overnight Accommodation with Zen Garden and Health Spa Bath and including all necessary Ancillary Accommodation Areas including Kitchen and Catering Areas, Toilets and Administration Facilities.  

The purpose of the business is to provide a central hub to Promote the Malaysian Culture and Business on a personal and commercial basis to the population and business community of Aberdeen, encouraging communication, promotion and linkage to the mutual benefit.

Our Client, Grampian Links have direct association with PLC Group of Kuala Lumpur who already provide HSE and Training Services to the Oil and Gas Industryat both local (North Sea) level and also internationally.

Aberdeen already has a significant Malaysian presence through the Student population in attendance at the Universities and Colleges in Aberdeen and also employees and contractual presence in the Oil and Gas industry.

The services and accommodation to be provided will make a positive addition to facilities already offered by Aberdeen City to the business community of Aberdeen and to the wider North East Community generally and will offer the space to create, foster and encourage closer community and business links between the businesses and cultures of Scotland and Malaysia.