The former 1891 Aberdeen Police Station is one of government’s better heritage scenic, architecturally and historically interesting police stations. This splendid building has yet be identified for inclusion in the list suitable for adaptive re-use under the Revitalising Historical Buildings Through Partnership Scheme (Revitalization Scheme). This building is gradually loosing the degeneration battle unless there is a plan to fully maintain the site and building fabric and encourage a suitable partner is found before the deterioration becomes so great that the site might become a part of the government’s desperate land grab and the classic building demolished.
The revitalised 1902 Tai O Police Station is an excellent example what can also be done to the old Aberdeen Police
See the articles on the former two police stations in the Articles on this website.
Our links to our past to this building can be fully preserved before it is too late!!
The compiler of this website is a Cornish exile and now a long Hong Kong resident researching past, present and future heritage and local life interests.