Designs for a new primary school in Aberdeen have been unveiled.
An independent school has lodged plans to tear down its science block to make way for a modern new sports building.
Plans for 22 new houses in Dornoch have been lodged as part of Highland Council's community action plan.
Detailed plans for what is said to be one of the first renewable energy parks of its kind in Scotland have been submitted.
A Skye village has been pinpointed as the latest venue for affordable homes as efforts to meet growing demand for accommodation continues.
Plans for a contemporary residential development in Sutherland have been lodged as part of the regeneration of a Highland town.
Plans to transform a fire-hit former school into flats have been lodged with the city council.
Aberdeenshire councillors have rejected the planning application for a travellers site because of concerns it could have a negative impact on the health of locals.
Work has been planned to create a new electrical substation in a north-east town as the existing equipment has been corroded after being blasted by "extreme coastal conditions" for decades.
Campaigners working to improve safety in Fraserburgh have revealed where six new CCTV cameras will be deployed in the town centre.
A new championship golf course for one of Scotland's exclusive clubs is being recommended for approval - with an economic boom being predicted.
Councillors are being urged to back plans for the creation of a new cemetery and car park on the outskirts of Turriff.
The owners of a north-east garage which was destroyed in a massive fire have been given permission to rebuild the premises.
Aberdeenshire Council has unveiled a series of suggested improvements for a north-east street and car park.
A new crematorium planned for the north-east could ease round trips of up to 120 miles which mourners have to make for services at present.
Plans to build nearly 20 homes in St Combs have been approved, despite design concerns.
Fears have been raised that pedestrians in a north-east town could be put at risk if plans for a funeral home are approved.
Aberdeenshire councillors will consider plans for 500 houses at Trump International tomorrow, which developers wish to roll out along with the new course.
Plans have been lodged to demolish a storage building at the only petrol station in Banff to make way for a new cafe.
A row has broken out over a plan for a zip wire tourist attraction on a Highland estate.
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.