A rare planning map of a Speyside village will go under the hammer this week.
Councillors have approved controversial plans for three drive-through food and drink outlets on the edge of Aberdeen - against the recommendation of planning bosses.
A fresh report on Trump International's Menie Estate housing plans claims the development is on track to reap the original economic awards promised in 2008.
The proposed 12-turbine Mossy Hill wind farm on the outskirts of Lerwick has been given the green light by Shetland Islands Council’s planning committee.
A decision on a controversial housing development at Trump International's Menie Estate has been pushed back until later this year.
The owners of a north-east quarry have lost an appeal to the Scottish Government to continue operations at the site.
Hollywood star Tilda Swinton wins planning battle to create a wet room for her dogs at her Highland home
Hollywood star Tilda Swinton has won a battle to refurbish her Highland home and build a wet room for her dogs.
Moray Council has started its search to find a potential developer for the £15.5 million Elgin regeneration project.
Sir Tony Robinson has urged planners to protect an unsuccessful north-east visitor attraction which could be sold after almost five years on the market.
A Forres landowner's plan to build 12 houses in some ancient woodlands has been rejected.
A proposal for 28 residential apartments in the centre of Aviemore has been refused by the Cairngorms National Park Authority.
A derelict former haulage yard could be handed a new lease of life after plans for more than a dozen new homes were unveiled.
Planners have backed controversial plans for 550 homes at Trump's Menie Estate - despite admitting it "significantly" breaches policy.
Trump International's controversial housing development could be approved by north-east councillors, despite claims it "significantly breaches" policy.
Proposals to erect a 40-ft steel pole near an Aberdeen conservation area will be debated by councillors this week.
An expert witness yesterday told the Coul Links public inquiry that proposed plans are not flood-proofed, with coastal erosion anticipated to devastate at least two of the championships key holes over the course of its lifetime, according to his research.
Highland councillors have thrown out plans for a hydro scheme running through a butterfly reserve in Lochaber.
Planners have renewed their objection to a proposed 26-turbine wind farm, which it is feared would blight the north-east's iconic landscape.
MSPs have been urged to reconsider legislation to reform Scotland’s planning system after the proposals were described as “unworkable”.
Trump International is at loggerheads with planners over claims it has failed to provide vital information as it looks to get approval for its £150 million Menie Estate development.
A group of Aberdeen residents has joined forces with a community garden project to protect it from being turned into housing.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire town have voiced their anger at plans to drive a road through what they say is a valued and wildlife-filled woodland area.
House building in Scotland has fallen behind England because of different planning policies, MSPs have been told.
Plans to expand a Moray care home as part of a modernisation project have been unveiled.
Proposals for a new 500-home development with a new primary school, health centre and more were revealed to an Aberdeenshire community yesterday evening.
A new “coastal community” of hundreds of homes has been proposed for an expanding Aberdeen suburb.
Moray Council has been praised for reducing the amount of time taken on planning application decisions.
A housing developer has taken its fight to build hundreds of homes in a north-east coastal village to the Scottish Government.
An extension on the final stretch of the Speyside Way was yesterday given the seal of approval by the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA), as the three-quarter of a mile stretch between Insh Marshes Hide at Torcroy to the Ruthven Barracks is set to be developed.
Drop-in exhibitions showcasing what the future of Moray could look like will be held next month.
Contentious plans for a new electricity substation outside a north-east village have taken a step forward.
21A public meeting will be held next month to scrutinise plans for more than 200 homes in an Aberdeen community.