Identical front doors, neat garden paths and a uniformed interior.
More than 700 people have signed a petition against plans to drive a road through an Aberdeenshire woodland said to be “packed with wildlife” and “loved by locals”.
A series of consultation events will be held in Stromness this week to discuss and share ideas for the future of the Orcadian town.
Councillors have approved controversial plans for three drive-through food and drink outlets on the edge of Aberdeen - against the recommendation of planning bosses.
New drone technology could save lives across the north by locating missing people more quickly and helping to focus search and rescue operations.
The official guardians of Culloden Battlefield have launched a public appeal to protect the iconic moor amid warnings continued development could ruin the site forever.
The new owner of a prime site in Fraserburgh earmarked for redevelopment has pledged to give the town a boost.
Plans to revive a historical piece of Moray's fishing heritage have moved on after almost two years.
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.
Plans for a hotel near an Aberdeen shopping centre have been approved.
A councillor and prominent critic of Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course has confirmed he will not vote on plans to create 500 homes at the site.
Could an ambitious cable car plan help give Aberdeen the Barcelona-style wow factor it’s looking for?
Visitors to Barcelona, Santorini and Madeira all flock to take in the views over the city by cable car.
Updated guidelines for how much developers should pay towards facilities and infrastructure in Highland region have now been approved by Scottish ministers and adopted as part of the Highland Council’s development plan.
The developers behind plans to build hundreds of council homes near Aberdeen International Airport dismissed noise concerns at a crunch public meeting yesterday.
Work has begun on transforming a former Aberdeen electrical shop into a supermarket, after unpopular plans to convert it into student accommodation were ditched.
What did illuminated manuscripts ever do for Dundee? This question arises on looking at a colourful medieval book which will be on show at the city’s new V&A, Scotland’s first design museum.
Ambitious development plans unveiled in Fort William yesterday will bring about the “biggest ever change” to the town and its infrastructure, it was claimed.
Plans to transform a cottage situated in a north-east country park into holiday accommodation have been lodged.
A developer has said his controversial housing scheme could help bring teachers and nurses to Aberdeen if it is approved.
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When the Press & Journal local government reporter Susy Macaulay escaped the office this summer to visit community councils across the Highlands, she wanted to find out how Highland Council’s ever-deepening cuts are affecting the area’s lifeblood, its people.
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.
A national heritage body has backed the redevelopment of Aberdeen’s historic Broadford Works - but has expressed concerns over the demolition of the iconic grey mill.
A former university building in Aberdeen’s city centre will be reopened as a hotel and restaurant this summer
The inaugural auction of a £51 million north-east fishing facility has been marked a success.
Plans to build 550 new homes in a north-east village will be considered by councillors next week.
Developers have revealed plans to breathe new life into a fondly remembered Aberdeen music shop which has fallen into disrepair.
A proposed £6.6m investment could see Inverness's Royal Mail centre moved to a new site in the city.
Planners have narrowly backed the controversial transformation of a country estate into houses, a tourist attraction and equestrian centre.
A campaigner fighting a north-east quarry development has raised fears over road safety.
A new pub restaurant with a 40-bed lodge is expected to open in Inverness early next year - creating more than 45 jobs.
Work on the £55million West Link project in Inverness is nearing completion, with the hope it will open in the first week of December.
A pioneering housing scheme designed to attract graduates in key areas like nursing, teaching and social care to the north-east will be considered by Aberdeen City Council next month.