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.
An Aberdeenshire nursery will be knocked down and replaced with a modern new building which will focus on outdoor learning.
A controversial holiday village and restaurant development near Culloden Battlefield is back on the cards – just months after being thrown out by Highland Council planners.
Plans have been lodged for permission in principle for a development of 312 homes at Chapelton, between Balloch and Moray Park in Culloden.
Aberdeenshire councillors have approved plans for 500 houses at Trump International today.
A decaying pub which was once at the heart of an Aberdeenshire community will be demolished to make way for a new bed and breakfast.
Plans have been lodged to transform a derelict squash club into affordable housing.
A cafe in Old Aberdeen will be allowed to have tables and chairs outside - despite concerns from local residents.
Each year a sea of rippling yellow flowers cover swathes of Aberdeenshire farmland.
Plans for a new house in a north-east village have been rubber-stamped by the Scottish Government - after twice being rejected by local councillors.
An empty office building in the West End of Aberdeen could be transformed into 10 flats after its owners failed to secure any interest from businesses in need of new space.
Nearly 200 people have already expressed their support for plans to convert a disused church into Aberdeen’s only Hindu temple.
Councillors have decided to visit the site of a proposed glamping development before making a decision.
A plastic surgeon has been granted permission to transform an unused office building in Aberdeen into a clinic.
A planning application has been lodged to demolish Greyfriars House in Aberdeen.
Aberdeenshire Council has granted planning permission for a replacement community hall.
A planning application has been lodged to transform a “dilapidated” former joinery business into a eco-friendly house.
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.
An Aberdeen church's plans to make their building more accessible have been rejected - after planners said they would look "alien".
An Ullapool restaurant ordered by Highland Council to remove the white paint partially covering its outside wall can now go ahead and paint the entire wall.
A catering firm has lodged plans to turn an Aberdeen ice cream parlour into a chicken restaurant.
The quarry excavating rocks for the Aberdeen Harbour expansion has warned the project will have to be delayed unless it can extend its opening hours.
A Newtonmore estate has been granted retrospective permission by Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA) to resurface its hill track at Carn Sgulain, provided it doesn’t use plastic matting.
An Aberdeen shoe shop is being turned into a restaurant under plans submitted to Aberdeen city council.