Hundreds of new homes could be built across Aberdeenshire to meet demand if three separate projects are approved.
The potential to heat Donald Trump’s newly approved housing estate in Aberdeenshire with 100% hydrogen was discussed at an energy sector conference yesterday.
Plans have been lodged for permission in principle for a development of 312 homes at Chapelton, between Balloch and Moray Park in Culloden.
Dozens of new council houses which were officially opened in two Aberdeenshire communities yesterday will "make a huge difference to tenants’ lives".
Aberdeenshire councillors have approved plans for 500 houses at Trump International today.
The number of empty homes in England increased by almost 11,000 last year, a study suggested, prompting calls for urgent action to bring them back into circulation to help tackle the housing crisis.
On the outskirts of Inverness there’s a house that contains many desirable items that a lot of house-hunters hope to find in their dream home.
The Labour Party could bring in a radical “right to buy” scheme if it gains power at the next general election which could help millions of private tenants in the UK to buy their rented homes at a reasonable price, the shadow chancellor has suggested.
The Government has announced it will shake up the shared ownership housing model, allowing buyers to increase their stakes by just 1% at a time under new proposals.
The users of an Aberdeen housing service have praised staff to inspectors.
A lack of suitable housing is preventing Orkney residents from moving as they get older or face health issues, researchers have found.
Plans for nearly 120 homes in Aberdeen given go-ahead despite fears about schools being ‘packed to the rafters’
Plans for more than 100 new homes in Aberdeen have been conditionally approved - despite concerns the proposals could leave city schools over capacity.
A parcel of land has been gifted to a community trust to build three two-bedroomed homes on an Orcadian island.
A housing development near Upper Scalloway featuring over 30 new homes has been given the green light from planners - despite strong concerns from residents and staff from a range of organisations including the local school and health centre.
An Aberdeen suburb with “stunning” sea views and a reputation as a secluded fishing village is under threat from developers planning to build as many as 200 homes, residents fear.
Work on the first phase of a multi-million-pound expansion of Elgin will get under way within months.
The waiting list for council houses in Moray has increased, despite the local authority building more affordable homes than ever before.
A 5,000-home development near Inverness Airport is being hailed as a “shining example” in a “blueprint” published by the Prince’s Foundation.
The second phase of a major council housing development in Aberdeen has been completed – with more than half the properties now occupied.
A block of flats which replaced old properties damaged by flooding in Elgin has been praised at a national awards ceremony.
Lochaber councillors have questioned Highland Council’s choice of heating system for a new social housing development at Fort William.
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.
Plans to build social housing on peat land above Fort William town centre are all set to be given the go-ahead by Highland Council.
Moray Council has been urged to consider building more affordable housing in rural areas to ensure towns do not become too congested.
Those of a certain age will remember the iconic 1970s advert for housebuilder Barratt which saw actor Patrick Allen leap out of a helicopter landing at a new development.
Property sales in Scotland have reached their highest level for 11 years, with a prominent estate agent suggesting it shows people are “getting on with their lives” amid the uncertainty over Brexit.
The roll-out of universal credit throughout Moray last year has led to months of struggle for council tenants, new figures appear to show.
More than £150 million could be invested into building affordable homes in Aberdeenshire over the next five years.
The transformation of a former railway station near Turriff into a housing development have gone off track, with proposals recommended for refusal by planners.
A north-east community has slammed a Scottish Government decision to clear the way for a developer to build hundreds of homes in a coastal village.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route could create an “arc of property” in towns around the Granite City’s borders.
Long-awaited demolition works at a disused Aberdeen school are expected to start within a matter of weeks.