Councillors on the Marr Area Committee yesterday approved plans for 32 houses in Kennethmont, despite residents' concerns for local wildlife.
Marr area committee
Planners are backing a construction firm’s bid to drop one of the conditions for its 400 property development in an Aberdeenshire town.
Plans for a hot food takeaway have cooked up a storm of controversy in an Aberdeenshire village.
A council roads chief has conceded potholes are “growing like mushrooms” as she tries to deal with challenging weather conditions while “juggling” reduced budgets.
A project to combat a gull infestation is seeking additional funding.
The name for a long-awaited £8.5million sports facility in Banchory has been formally approved.
A ruined medieval church in Deeside has moved a step closer to being reunited with the Pictish stones which it housed for centuries.
A north-east town's ambitious multi-million-pound sports centre moved one step closer to reality yesterday.
An Aberdeenshire community council is on the brink of collapse after the local authority recommended the dissolution of the group.
Residents and business owners in an Aberdeenshire village were relieved yesterday after councillors refused to sanction a new conservation area.
Aberdeenshire residents have criticised the news that proposals designed to safeguard a Deeside property from flooding could be rejected due to conservation concerns.
An Aberdeenshire hotel could be converted into a block of flats.
North-east councillors have attacked plans to partly "decommission" a service which caters for some of the most vulnerable people in the region, arguing there is no proposed "alternative".
Aberdeenshire Council has continued to mend relations with a local community council after an acrimonious row last year.
Aberdeenshire Council has reversed an earlier decision to suspend a Deeside community council following a dispute around the future of a village station.
A councillor has called for the local authority to consider a regeneration strategy to help rebuild a flood-hit community.
More councillors have backed a call for communities to help grit Aberdeenshire's paths and backroads as a £1million local authority cutback takes hold.
Six months suspension on the cards for Aberdeenshire community council which “did not show respect” to councillor
An Aberdeenshire community council faces a six-month suspension after it did not show "respect" for a councillor during a row about the future of a historic railway station.
Plans to build a 260ft mast on an Aberdeenshire estate have been rejected by councillors due to flight safety fears.
Councillors have backed plans for a development of more than 40 homes in an Aberdeenshire village.
Plans to open a chip shop and ice cream parlour in Aboyne have been approved.
Residents have kicked up a stink over plans to convert a closed down Deeside restaurant into a chip shop and ice cream parlour.
Councillors have backed calls to extend the speed limit through an Aberdeenshire village.
A landowner has failed to convince councillors to back his plans to add four homes to his Strathdon estate.
A Strathdon landowner locked in a battle with residents over the future development of his estate may finally succeed today.
Councillors have rejected plans for 400 homes next to a Deeside beauty spot.
Councillors will discuss standards at an Aberdeenshire primary school next week.
A landowner who has been fighting to build more homes on his Donside estate will attempt to persuade councillors to finally support him today.
Councillors are being urged to approve plans for a windfarm in Aberdeenshire after the developer reduced its size by more than half.