A review has been launched looking at how Aberdeenshire Council housing is allocated.
Aberdeen City Council chiefs will invest more than £40million into building new council housing in the coming year- and buying back former local authority properties.
Aberdeen's council administration has pledged to push forward with its plans to build 2,000 homes.
A new “proactive push” will begin for Aberdeen council bosses to buy back former council homes.
George Clarke hopes to demolish the “stigma” of social housing as he hosts a new series that marks the centenary of the nation’s council house movement.
The council loses out on tens of thousands of pounds of rent money every week due to the number of empty properties across Aberdeenshire.
The latest housing development for Aberdeenshire Council was officially opened yesterday as tenants celebrated living in their new “homes.
Aberdeen council bosses could work with private developers to help them meet ambitious house building targets.
Landowners around the city could be asked to build council homes on their land in a bid to tackle a waiting list of more than 4,000 people.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have urged the local authority to provide more council houses across the region.
Ground was broken yesterday on a £13.5million council housing scheme in Aberdeen.
A disabled Speyside woman was given the keys to her very first home as nearly 20 new council houses were unveiled yesterday.
The family of a north-east teenager who was handed the keys to a blood-stained "hovel" have criticised the local authority.
Work on a £3million affordable home development in the north-east which was abandoned after a construction firm went into administration will start up again.
The construction of the first council houses in a Moray town in more than 30 years is continuing at pace.
A former Moray medical centre is being demolished to improve the health of the area's council housing numbers.
A scheme which encourages Moray's council tenants to downsize from under-occupied houses is to be promoted more widely.