Plans to build nearly 20 homes in St Combs have been approved, despite design concerns.
Buchan Area Committee
Councillors have raised fears that a travellers site planned for near Hatton could impact a local water supply.
One of Scotland's largest solar farms will be built in the Buchan countryside, after councillors yesterday rubber-stamped the scheme.
A housing firm has asked Aberdeenshire Council to waive conditions meaning that it would have to build a bus stop and play park for some residents at a new 100-home development.
Proposals for a solar farm near a north-east village have been backed by planning chiefs.
The keeper of "the only roadside shop from Peterhead to London" has petitioned the council to help undo road markings which are wreaking havoc on his business.
Councillor raises concern that favoured community campus location is too far from town’s poorest areas
Education chiefs yesterday fielded concerns that the preferred site for the new Peterhead Academy is too far from the town's most deprived areas.
Three north-east community councils could secure funding towards their projects during a meeting today.
Councillors have been encouraged to endorse the efforts of a north-east school that led to its good inspection rating.
The boss of a north-east recycling firm feels they are being made to look like “criminals” by residents unhappy that their facility is operating 24 hours a day.
A derelict Peterhead building will be on the market once again in a last ditch attempt to find a buyer for the council property.
A planning meeting was waylaid by an unusual argument about bricks yesterday - with council bosses accused of "making mountains out of molehills" when it comes to the importance of the building materials.
The business park surrounding Invernettie Roundabout at the entrance to Peterhead could be poised to undergo further expansion.
Councillors have agreed to spend £75,000 to spruce up Peterhead town centre.
A north-east centre that helps adults with special needs has had plans to build glamping pods in its grounds rejected.
Three spots in Peterhead could soon be spruced up as part of a £75,000 regeneration project.
A key north-east regeneration project has been delayed until the end of the year.
Councillors yesterday backed efforts to look into the potential installation of CCTV in Peterhead.
A north-east street that has been open to traffic for more than two years could face restrictions once again amid safety fears.
Councillors will be asked to approve funding to continue the crackdown on bothersome gulls in a north-east town centre.
Attainment levels at two north-east secondary schools have been revealed in a report by the council’s education boss.
The Scottish Government has rejected an appeal from a developer hoping to build a new north-east quarry.
A recycling centre director said he was "delighted" controversial plans to extend opening hours at the facility to a 24 hour operation were approved yesterday.
North-east councillors have awarded a Blue Toon community group over £200,000 to refurbish a disused sports facility in the town.
North-east councillors have been asked to refer a decision on a major energy project to the full Aberdeenshire Council.
A community group is hoping council leaders will next week sign-off on the near £220,000 funding required to improve sports facilities in Peterhead.
Councillors defer decision on controversial bid to open north-east food recycling site 24 hours a day
Councillors have delayed a decision on a controversial bid to open a north-east food recycling site 24 hours a day.
Residents living near a north-east recycling plant where a compost heap smouldered for months have slammed proposals to operate the site 24-hours a day.
The Buchan area has seen an increase in unwanted fire alarm signals and deliberately started fires.
North-east councillors have been asked to approve a £750 funding bid for a new defibrillator in Peterhead.
Councillors will be given an update on several projects aimed at revitalising the north-east’s biggest town next week.
Councillors have backed action to tackle the problem speeding on a notorious Peterhead road but campaigners have said they must be the “first steps” in a more significant effort.