A council has said plans for public toilets in a seaside town – with design features to deter vandalism, sexual activity and rough sleeping – were submitted in “error”.
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.
A derelict former pork factory in Buckie could be about to undergo a radical make-over, with plans submitted to transform the site into a trampoline park.
Councillors have been urged to throw out an Aberdeen bar’s application to keep an outdoor area open later.
Hundreds lobby housing minister to intervene after controversial Aberdeenshire development is approved
Scotland's housing minister has been inundated with appeals to intervene in a row over a controversial north-east housing development.
A planning meeting was waylaid by an unusual argument about bricks yesterday - with council bosses accused of "making mountains out of molehills" when it comes to the importance of the building materials.
Black Isle residents will next week have a chance to look at proposals to turn the former Black Isle Wildlife Park at Drumsmittal, North Kessock into a holiday park.
More than 330 new homes across Aberdeen were approved by the city council’s planning committee yesterday.
A controversial application to erect a phone mast in Pennan has been rejected by councillors despite planners recommending approval.
Aberdeen councillors have been recommended to approve hundreds of new homes in the city by planning bosses.
Plans for two houses at a north-east golf centre have been rejected by council chiefs.
A series of consultation events will be held in Stromness this week to discuss and share ideas for the future of the Orcadian town.
Councillors have been urged to back controversial plans for a Starbucks drive-thru in after they were amended to remove a large advertising feature that would have been erected on its roof.
The members of a council committee forced to consider a planning application submitted by one of their colleagues accepted they were taking the "cop out" option of passing the buck.
Plans for a hot food takeaway have cooked up a storm of controversy in an Aberdeenshire village.
Plans to build a new skatepark in a Deeside town have ramped up, with councillors likely to approve a land lease for the project.
An Aberdeenshire community will have a pub once more, after its last one closed its doors four years ago.
An application for 90 houses near one of the busiest junctions in Inverness has been approved by Highland councillors by a slim majority.
A windfarm developer has claimed a lack of government funding has put its plans on hold.
A north-east community has slammed a Scottish Government decision to clear the way for a developer to build hundreds of homes in a coastal village.
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.