An Aberdeen office block could become a new hotel if plans are approved by councillors next week.
Pupils from a Moray secondary school have won a national planning award for their involvement in Moray's Local Development Plan.
Another community group has backed calls for a review of the planning system at Highland Council.
A tough stance will be taken by planners to ensure a housing developer does not shirk its responsibility to build a play park.
Government officials have been told they must not allow the expansion of a Speyside windfarm for fear it would have a catastrophic impact upon some of Moray’s finest landscapes.
A former oil office in Aberdeen’s west end will be converted into a gym after the council’s planning committee yesterday backed the plan.
Proposals for hundreds of houses, a care home and a nursery for Aboyne could soon become a reality, despite scores of objections.
Plans have been unveiled for an upgrade at a north-east quarry.
A pre-determination hearing will be held at the end of the month to discuss a planning application for a new electricity substation near Rothienorman.
Work has begun on transforming a former Aberdeen electrical shop into a supermarket, after unpopular plans to convert it into student accommodation were ditched.
A community group has raised concerns that a proposed new cemetery could cause dangerous traffic build-up on a north-east road.
A senior council officer has said he would “hate to think” people didn’t feel included in plans for Fort William 2040, after community leaders said too few voices will be heard in planning process.
Developers behind a proposed housing scheme in Aberdeen have dropped plans to pave over a popular playpark following a backlash from locals.
More than a dozen Aberdeen playparks will be spruced up in the coming months after being awarded a share of £500,000.
A north-east dental practice will be allowed to undergo a major expansion after the intervention of the Scottish Government.
The owners of a north-east quarry will have to scrap operations permanently, infastructure bosses have ruled.
Proposals for a new abattoir at the north-east’s largest mart hang in the balance due to planning conditions, a developer has claimed.
A total of 238 affordable homes are planned for the Badenoch and Strathspey over the next five years.
A derelict supermarket could be razed to the ground to make way for a new church.
A developer has said his controversial housing scheme could help bring teachers and nurses to Aberdeen if it is approved.
Council planners have recommended a public hearing is held over plans for a new council estate development in Aberdeen after hundreds of objections.
Plans for a holiday letting cabin on the shores of a Black Isle village have been approved by Highland Council, despite some locals’ fears that it could impact on the otter population and a popular fishing pier.
Pre-application proposals for two Black Isle housing developments were noted with minimal discussion at Highland Council’s north applications planning committee yesterday.
Plans for a small housing development in a former village hall car park in Durness have been approved by Highland councillors, despite objectors’ fears that the loss of parking would affect business and tourism.
Former council planning chiefs have called for the expansion of Union Square to be axed to prevent Aberdeen’s historic heart becoming “a wasteland”.
A former Aberdeen restaurant is set to be reborn as a 1920s-themed “prohibition era” drinking spot - despite objections from the police and NHS.
Campaigners fighting to save an historic Aberdeen school have met with senior council bosses to state their case.
Councillors have approved plans for the major expansion of a north-east village.
Placard-waving protesters last night launched a last-ditch appeal for councillors to reject plans for a housing development at Rubislaw Quarry.
Ambitious plans for one of Nairn’s most popular districts will go to public consultation after being considered by local councillors yesterday.
Controversial plans for a quarry have been backed by councillors, despite road safety concerns.
A community request for a pre-determination hearing for a proposed Nairn housing development got the cold shoulder from Highland councillors yesterday.