Plans have been submitted to nearly double the number of car parking spaces at the iconic Eilean Donan Castle in Wester Ross.
Controversial plans for a four-star holiday village and 100-seat restaurant near historic Culloden Battlefield are being opposed.
Proposals to create a new eco-friendly farm shop and visitor centre in the north-east have been unveiled.
Aberdeenshire Council has renewed its objection to a proposed multimillion pound new stadium for Aberdeen FC.
Plans to finally tackle years of accumulated grime from the front of an historic city centre church have taken a step forward.
A student entrepreneur who wants to open a pub next to a chaplaincy in Old Aberdeen has defended his proposals against hundreds of complaints.
Plans have been unveiled to convert a vacant north-east hotel into a restaurant and flats.
Plans to convert a historic north-east hotel into new homes have been unveiled.
Plans for the future of land formerly occupied by an Aberdeenshire town’s academy were revealed to the public for the first time yesterday.
Anyone in the UK aged 55 or over and with a defined contribution pension scheme has, since 2015, been able to access their entire retirement savings and, in short, do what they want with it.
A Deeside hotelier has been given approval to build staff accommodation despite a number of objections to the plans.
Plans to create a unique holiday camp outside a north-east town have collapsed after the Scottish Government raised road safety fears.
Turbines that could affect the views from a north-east castle have been earmarked for approval, despite concerns from a community council.
JD Wetherspoon has applied for a certificate of lawfulness to convert a car park beside their Kings Highway pub into a beer garden.
Aberdeenshire Council has unveiled proposals to convert a former children’s home into a block of flats.
A new furniture shop on the outskirts of Elgin has been approved by Moray Council, despite fears the development could spell disaster for the town centre.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have written to the Scottish Government to raise concerns that proposals to overhaul planning policy across the country could “erode local democracy”.
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.