Plans to transform a fire-hit former school into flats have been lodged with the city council.
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Developers have stressed their "strong commitment" towards bringing a historic Aberdeen school back to life despite uncertainty surrounding the damage it suffered in a fire.
A disused Victorian school site in Royal Deeside will be converted into 24 affordable homes.
Residents of a north-east town are being given the opportunity to find out more about a forthcoming housing development.
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.
Residents of Fraserburgh are being urged to turn out and have their say on traffic measures during construction works in the town.
The site of a former primary school in Aberdeen is set to be redeveloped for new affordable homes and community facilities after it was marketed for sale.
Neil Clapperton: I thought that going circular was just about recycling but it is way more complicated
As with many things, the first encounter with this circular economy malarkey was a YouTube video.
It was the last Saturday in January, Dreich, like the weather was telling me something.
A north-east official has been jailed for offering to take cash to reduce the valuation of homes being sold off under Right to Buy.
There is some good economic news out there, honest.
An ambitious scheme to build 24 flats in the heart of a north-east community could replace a derelict storage yard.
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.
Plans to convert a former Deeside school into flats have been called in by the Cairngorms National Park.
A 140-year-old school in the heart of Royal Deeside could be transformed into affordable homes for families and individuals.
Neil Clapperton: Life, like politics, is often a marathon not a sprint – how can we help each other ‘over the line’?
I was so proud when Ross, my partner’s son, crossed the line in Musselburgh, just over four hours at his first attempt.
A housing development in Moray's biggest town could end up twice the size that was originally expected.
Plans to replace a derelict garage in the heart of Fraserburgh with 35 new flats have been approved by the local council.
I could imagine him bursting into song, Kiss or Purple Rain, at the Chamber of Commerce; a brand changing tour de force.
There is nothing quite like government to get people excited.
Decades in search of a glimpse, all those special boat trips from Mull and Skye, the hours standing on Chanonry Point on the Black Isle, and all for nothing, nada, zilch.
A derelict garage in Fraserburgh could soon be converted into desirable homes.
My kids say I’m always 10 years behind the times.
I sometimes feel a bit of an entryist in the Chamber of Commerce.
A vision to transform a derelict site in the heart of a north-east town have been revealed.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson visited Aberdeen yesterday to address the issue of housing shortages in the area.
Matthew Busher, 37, housing services manager at Grampian Housing Association offers a window on his busy day
A quantity surveying graduate has become the first student to be awarded a new prize in memory of a former chairman of Grampian Housing Association.