A charity has teamed up with a housing developer to create affordable homes for people in Aberdeen.
A disused building on Aberdeen's Union Street could soon be transformed into residential flats.
A conservation charity has outlined plans to install a café in a centuries-old townhouse at the heart of Inverness to help meet rising costs of maintenance.
A north-east business has lodged a retrospective planning application after being ordered to stop demolishing a listed building.
Residents on an Aberdeen street are fighting plans to convert a former hairdressers into a takeaway restaurant because they fear it will create "bad smells".
A micro distillery in Sutherland has outlined plans to move to larger premises in an effort to meet growing demand.
A prominent food store in Invergordon is in line to be replaced by a major supermarket as part of a £650,000 investment.
Plans to build a block of flats on the site of a demolished warehouse could help address the need for affordable homes in Aberdeen.
Peterhead residents have called for an overhaul of planning regulations after a scheme to relocate a dental practice was approved by the Scottish Government - despite receiving dozens of objections.
Plans have been lodged to create a luxury "glamping" site in an effort to meet an increasing demand for tourist lodgings in the north.
A planning application for seven hydro schemes in Glen Etive, which was granted by Highland Council last week, is now to be reviewed by the full council.
Plans for a 60-bed care facility in Orkney have been unveiled as part of a multi-million pound development.
Ackergill Tower finished as hotel as council grants American millionaire permission to use it as holiday home
Highland Council has approved plans to transform a luxury north hotel into a private holiday home for an American millionaire, despite concerns its loss will harm the local economy.
Developers have lodged plans to demolish a former printer's workshop in the centre of Aberdeen and replace it with a block of flats.
New planning application for land owned by Turriff councillor – five years after ‘controversial’ application to build a wind turbine on the site was rejected
Fresh plans have been submitted to build a house on land owned by a councillor whose controversial application for a wind turbine on the site was previously rejected.
Dingwall High Street is a step closer to getting its first major redevelopment for years amid hopes it will “regenerate” the town centre and attract more visitors.
Plans to transform a cottage situated in a north-east country park into holiday accommodation have been lodged.
A man has lodged plans to build quaint hobbit homes at a proposed campsite in the north-east.
Detailed plans for a long-awaited cinema in Cromarty on the Black Isle have been unveiled.
Aberdeen University has revised its plans for a £35 million science centre to let passersby glimpse the “world-leading” experiments taking place inside.
New plans have been submitted for a secure field at Dores, by Loch Ness, where dog owners could safely let their beloved pets off the lead.
Aberdeenshire Council has unveiled proposals to convert a former children’s home into a block of flats.
Transport chiefs have been accused of double standards over a deal which will allow advertising boards to be put on trunk road roundabouts.
An unusual design that echoes the shape of waves and includes aluminium cladding has been put forward for a new housing development on Fort William High Street.
Plans have been submitted for a student accommodation block on the site of a former primary school in Lochaber.
Plans have been tabled for a new Costa Coffee drive-through restaurant in Lochaber on a site previously earmarked for a KFC outlet.
A Highland hotel is hoping to start distilling its own gin using plants gathered in the local area.
Plans have been approved for a 30-bed hostel that forms part of a major development at a historic Lochaber hotel.
A rights of way group is objecting to plans to upgrade a historic Lochaber hotel that it fears could affect access to the West Highland Way.
It's full speed ahead for a drive to place a full-size bronze replica of the Ford Model T that conquered Ben Nevis in Fort William town centre.
A historic Aberdeen department store will be turned into a restaurant after plans were approved.
Aberdeenshire Council has backed a controversial proposal to build a new property at a historic north-east harbour.