More than 13,500 affordable homes have potentially been lost across England over the past four years due to rules allowing offices to be converted into housing without needing planning permission, town hall leaders claim.
The public hall has its Christmas tree up and bundles of greenery are waiting to be transformed into beautiful festive decorations at a festive wreath-making class.
House sales are increasing in many parts of the north-east but a property glut has hit prices.
A major Scottish house-building company based in Aberdeenshire has confirmed it is considering firing staff just weeks before Christmas.
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has revealed demand remains strong for new homes despite the construction industry suffering amid the political and economic uncertainty.
Rising property costs have increased inequality as the poorest families have borne the brunt of the housing crisis, according to a think-tank.
There’s nothing better than having a plug socket close to the side of your bed or the sofa – so you can charge your phone, put in your computer cable or tend to any other electronic needs.
People in the north-east and Highlands are being invited to tell the government how homes and communities can be improved in the future.
After decades of delight at living in the Highland home they created, it’s time to say goodbye to ‘Tramps’
Whoever buys “Tramps” – a superb detached six- bedroom bungalow in the heart of Drumnadrochit – won’t just be getting a fabulous property with views to Loch Ness.
Hundreds of new homes could be built across Aberdeenshire to meet demand if three separate projects are approved.
Tucked away in a secluded hollow, you’d be forgiven for missing Lochside Lodge altogether.
A touch of Highland glamour: Revisit the 1920s, when Art Deco was the must-have style, via a superb family home in Inverness
After all the hardship and misery of the First World War, it’s not surprising that the world fell in love with the style known as Art Deco.
You’d be forgiven for thinking Joy Eyre is an interior designer, with her three-bedroom home in Bridge of Don offering the perfect example of her work.
The aptly named Sabhal Mor offers the ultimate countryside retreat, surrounded by open fields with views towards the hills.
A spacious, fully renovated family home, the Old Smiddy is a property with huge historical significance
It’s not every day that you’ll discover an old forge in your living room, or be able to use blacksmith tools as ornaments.
A high-profile pledge to build thousands of council homes in Aberdeen in five years has been branded as “utterly unachievable” by critics.
Councillors have rubber-stamped plans to create 122 new homes in a Moray town.
Moving house can be stressful to say the least, from unpacking boxes to deciding on soft furnishings.
Patience is something Sue and Rod Daniel, from Stromness in Orkney, have by the bucketload.
Hundreds lobby housing minister to intervene after controversial Aberdeenshire development is approved
Scotland's housing minister has been inundated with appeals to intervene in a row over a controversial north-east housing development.
An application for 90 houses near one of the busiest junctions in Inverness has been approved by Highland councillors by a slim majority.
VIDEO: Drone footage shows off this incredible Highland steading and farmhouse, all yours for a cool £1m
It’s not every householder that can say they’ve had several wine cellar parties of late, or that they hope the suit of armour taking pride of place in the study gets to stay with the house when they say goodbye.
Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m obsessed with my smart meter.
Around two years ago I wrote about looking forward to the opening of Tulloch Homes’ new Culzean showhome at the Greenfields Development in Slackbuie, Inverness.
Aberdeen's council administration has pledged to push forward with its plans to build 2,000 homes.
With big changes afoot for the company next month Stewart Milne, its executive chairman, said he felt the group was “moving into a new phase”, and aims to double the number of homes it produces each year.
The Scottish property market finished 2018 with a flourish to achieve a whole-year total of more than £18 billion in sales, new figures show.
Look out dated pine furniture – June Macdonald is coming to get you.
Consultants put on display yesterday plans that will potentially see 150-homes developed in the south of Inverness
Fiona Keith, from Andersons of Inverurie, shares her tips for getting the showhome look at home.
If anyone knows how to move house it’s Greg and Johan Byrne.
Take a look inside the castle that once boasted its own private road for carriages and played a key role in the Jacobite era
Few people can say they unwind in a grand ballroom or breakfast overlooking the Carron Water.