Plans to create a new care home in the west of Aberdeen and 30 affordable houses in Kingswells face being knocked back by councillors.
Major restoration work is being planned to bring a centuries-old fortification into the modern era.
Plans to expand an Aberdeenshire village have been approved - despite flood concerns from existing residents.
Work has begun on the creation of a modern new nursery in Portlethen.
Proposals have been lodged to build a new nursery in the playground of an Aberdeen school.
A historic granite gatehouse guarding the entrance to an Aberdeen park could be turned into a nursery.
Plans have been revealed to build more than a dozen flats near Dornoch fire station.
One of Aberdeenshire's smallest, yet most famous areas, could be home to a new telecoms site.
A former 19th century former blacksmiths is to be fitted with a new sign to help bring it back to life.
A north-east hotel will be expanded to meet demand and improve accessibility.
Dozens of Inverurie residents have written to councillors urging caution over plans to create a new retail centre in the town.
Plans for a new care home beside Aberdeen’s only five-star hotel have been rejected by councillors.
The former function suite of a pub could be demolished to make way for a block of flats.
An eye-catching gatehouse could be built on an Aberdeenshire estate - to ensure visitors are paying to get into the gardens.
Plans to build a block of flats in the woodland behind Inverurie Police Station have been rejected.
Plans to refurbish Westhill Shopping Centre have been approved, despite concerns that the revamp could leave shoppers exposed to the elements.
Plans to transform a "dangerous" former church building into a house have been approved.
The Scottish Government has endorsed plans for a holiday "pod" in Braemar, after the council rejected the scheme.
Scottish Government overrules local democracy on planning decisions more frequently in Aberdeenshire than any other region
The Scottish Government has overruled Aberdeenshire councillors on more planning decisions than any other local authority in the country.
Plans for a new nursery to resolve the "huge pressure" facing an over-capacity Aberdeenshire school have been revealed.
A new parking facility will help an Aberdeenshire charity meet demand.
Plans have approved for a new equestrian facility at Durris.
A ten-storey, 250 home development on the edge of Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry can still be a commercial success, a leading planning boss has said.
Plans to build 175 new houses in an Aberdeenshire town are to be considered by councillors.
Proposed changes to planning regulations could remove the need to gain consent for the development of large operational farm buildings such as sheds and polytunnels.
Ury House is to become flats it emerged yesterday as councillors backed plans for another part of the "jigsaw which is the Ury Estate".
A community group is fighting plans to build a sheltered housing complex next to a noisy sawmill in a Highlands town.
Fears have been raised that inconsiderate holidaymakers risk ruining a stretch of picturesque Aberdeenshire coastline.
Councillors will be asked to approve plans for nearly 100 new homes in Stonehaven next week.
A former church building which has fallen into a “dangerous" condition over the last century could be partially demolished and transformed into a house.
A new home for a successful north-east men's shed will soon be taking shape within the grounds of a popular park.
More ski days are on the horizon for Glenshee Ski Centre, which has been future-proofed against bad winters with the upcoming purchase of a £1 million snow machine.