An ambitious scheme to build 24 flats in the heart of a north-east community could replace a derelict storage yard.
A new nursery is hoping to give kids the chance to get their hands dirty by creating an outdoors mud kitchen.
Plans to build student accommodation on the site of a former primary school in Fort William are poised to be approved despite concerns raised by the local community.
A long-closed north-east restaurant could be brought back into use after finally selling at auction.
A Moray firm’s £3.5million expansion in the outskirts of Elgin has received the backing of planners – despite fears it could lead to job losses in the town centre.
Councillors had to run the gauntlet of almost 150 protesters yesterday to visit the site of Aberdeen FC’s proposed new stadium.
Controversial plans to increase the population of a north-east community by 20% have been earmarked for approval.
Cairnbulg councillors will tour the site of a major housing development today as plans to increase the size of the village move forward.
Planning chiefs have backed plans to expand a north-east village - despite concerns the roads will not be able to cope with hundreds of more cars.
Plans have been lodged to build a drive-through coffee shop in the north-east’s biggest town.
A scheme to create 12 apartments in a north-east village has raised renewed fears over flooding and vandalism.
The clubhouse at a north-east driving range will be transformed into a restaurant as its owners fight to survive.
A row has broke out over two students’ plan to open a pub on the grounds of Aberdeen University.
Major wind farm applications are being pushed through by ministers despite local opposition, according to official figures.
A north-east village could welcome its very first takeaway after plans were approved to convert a former post office.
Efforts to block a controversial traveller camp at a former council depot have already attracted more than 250 signatures.
A 140-year-old school in the heart of Royal Deeside could be transformed into affordable homes for families and individuals.
Plans to transform former public toilets in one of Aberdeen’s most historic streets into a cafe have been approved by councillors.
Residents fighting to drive a boxing club from their neighbourhood have suggested Moray Council could help the group to find a “more suitable” base.
A rising star of Scottish boxing faces losing her local training centre in a row with neighbours about noise.
Council bosses in the north and north east have raised just £3omillion from developers in the past five years, new figures show.
Concerns have been raised about proposals to build affordable homes in a north-east village.
The community group behind plans to build a new distillery in Moray have marked a milestone in the development by releasing images of a whisky-themed play area.
A north-east man has made a fresh bid to convert a cottage in a tiny fishing village.
A controversial scheme to create a wind turbine near a north-east village will not be ruled on by the Scottish Government.
Plans have been lodged to convert a historic north-east church into a home.
Plans to convert a 113-year-old bakery into a home have been approved by Aberdeenshire Council.
Plans for a £100million out-of-town shopping complex on the outskirts of Aberdeen have hit another hurdle.
Highland Council opposition leader Maxine Smith was given a senior planning role yesterday after a chivalrous rival stepped aside to avoid a cut of playing cards to decide the appointment.
Concerns have been raised that a scheme to convert a north-east home into a dental practice will cause chaos on the local road network.
Councillors have dismissed fears that a new council depot could contaminate the water supply in a north-east town.
Blocking the creation of a new cafe could be the nail in the coffin of a "dying" coastal community, locals have warned.