Councillors have put plans for 20 new homes at St Fergus on hold until they can visit the site for themselves.
A £3.3million affordable housing development has been officially opened in Peterhead after being thrown into uncertainty last year.
An affordable housing project at a former Portsoy hospital site has been given £3.9million funding from the Scottish Government.
Dozens of new council homes have been built in Aberdeenshire as part of a £11million project.
Work will begin on 250 new affordable homes in Moray before the end of the year.
A new affordable housing development in Aberdeen has been opened by Housing Minister Kevin Stewart.
Plans to build a block of flats on the site of a demolished warehouse could help address the need for affordable homes in Aberdeen.
Thirty new council homes are to be built in Mosstodloch in an effort to boost the number of affordable homes available.
Aberdeen's council administration has pledged to push forward with its plans to build 2,000 homes.
Aberdeen residents will today get the chance to have their say on plans to build hundreds of new homes in part of the city.
Controversial plans for nearly 300 homes in an Aberdeen suburb have been approved - despite "stigmatised" fears the project would cause a rise in antisocial behaviour.
Council planners are backing a controversial 20-flat development in Spean Bridge despite concerns the two and three-story blocks are too high for the village.
The managers of a housing association have been branded “arrogant” after winning an appeal to build affordable houses on the site of a Victorian school in a Royal Deeside community.
Kevin Stewart, the Scottish Government’s minister for housing, local government and planning, visited two affordable home projects in Skye and Lochalsh yesterday, as local leaders address the need for more homes in rural communities.
A Scottish Government minister has claimed that the Moray growth deal could bring more affordable housing to the region.
A building which used to house a call centre is to be turned into affordable housing after planning permission was granted by the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA).
Property developer Springfield Properties has submitted plans for two new developments in the Ardersier area, which could see a staggering 133 new homes brought to the coastal village.
The cost of renting in the north has soared by 10% in the past year – with the average £667-a-month fee becoming the second highest in the country.
More affordable homes will be built in Aberdeen with a funding boost of almost £5million from the Scottish Government.
Highland Council have approved plans for six new affordable houses in the north-east of Skye – the first of their kind in almost 20 years.
More than £640,000 has been pledged to build a new affordable housing development in Aberdeen.
Affordable housing for young people is to be built across the north after Highland Council agreed to use City-Region Deal funding to finance the project.
A former Aberdeen fire station could be flattened to make way for 125 affordable houses.
Councillors have approved plans to build a new 231-home affordable neighbourhood in Turriff.
A lack of affordable housing in Moray and the north-east is leaving NHS Grampian struggling to fill crucial hospital roles.
More than £380million is to be invested in affordable housing in the north and north-east between 2018 and 2021.
Proposals have been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council to create a new 231-home neighbourhood in Turriff.
Plans have been lodged to build 73 new homes in the north-east's largest village to ease the region's housing crisis.
Plans to invest NHS charity cash in homes for key workers have been abandoned - amid confusion over who would quality to live in them.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have urged the local authority to provide more council houses across the region.
Aberdeenshire Council has revealed plans to tackle the region's housing crisis by creating more than 2,500 affordable homes by 2022.
Plans for up to 70 affordable homes on a former Lochaber school site have been changed halfway through a public exhibition due to the strength of local feeling against the layout.