Plans to reintroduce a new multiplex cinema in Inverness city centre have been warmly welcomed by councillors.
A historic building described as an "eyesore" could be given a new lease of life with several firms vying to redevelop it.
Plans for a 300-home development on the derelict site of the former Royal Cornhill Hospital in Aberdeen have been withdrawn.
A bid to convert a shop unit at the end east of Aberdeen's Union Street into a hot food take-away has been recommended for refusal by council planners.
The masterplan for a controversial new Cairngorm village has been revealed for the first time.
Objectors to a 319 house development south of Nairn have claimed that developers have "misrepresented" the impact the plans could have on local roads.
A controversial housing plan in Nairn was thrown into fresh confusion yesterday after developers did a U-turn on traffic information.
A group of Lossiemouth campaigners have met the region's MSP in an effort to stop two new roads near their homes.
Plans to build an explosives storage facility on the western outskirts of Aberdeen were approved by councillors yesterday.
A four-star Aberdeenshire hotel is in line for an upgrade with plans for 40 new bedrooms and a ballroom.
Councillors have today given approval to plans for a huge expansion of the Bridge of Don area of Aberdeen.
Controversial plans for a takeaway in a former supermarket have been thrown out by councillors - despite being backed by planners.
Long-awaited plans have been lodged for new leisure facilities in a north-east town.
Visitors flocking to a north-east town for a major cultural event this weekend will not be disrupted by the ongoing town centre roadworks, it was confirmed last night.
Proposals to convert an office into a shop in the Spital area of Aberdeen have been recommended for approval by council planners, despite more than 200 local objections.
A proposal to build an explosives store on the outskirts of Aberdeen near Tyrebagger Forest has been recommended for approval by city council planners.
Plans to transform part of a disused supermarket into a fast-food takeaway have been backed by planners - despite concerns from locals.
Inverness has been urged to follow the lead of other riverside cities and make more use of its waterfront, after controversial plans for a refreshment kiosk on the banks of the River Ness were renewed.
A major housing development in the outskirts of Nairn has been given permission, despite concerns over the layout of the site.
The developer behind plans for more than 800 homes south of Aberdeen wants Aberdeenshire Council to remove the restrictions on the development.
Campaigners fighting to save an historic Aberdeen landmark have stepped up their efforts with a £45,000 funding application to mark the building's 75th birthday.
A masterplan which outlines where 17,000 homes and 11,000 jobs will be created in the Highlands has been approved by councillors.
Controversial plans to convert a large house in Inverness into bedsits for the homeless were re-lodged yesterday not long after it was revealed they had been withdrawn.
It is the end of an era for Aberdeen's historic Capitol Theatre.
Work to convert a former nightclub into a DIY and furniture store will begin in August.
People living and working in Fort William are being encouraged to have a say in the regenerating the town.
Developers behind plans for a controversial recycling centre for building materials near a historic Aberdeenshire castle have been told the site is "patently unsuitable".
A Sutherland charity wants to erect artwork beside a local beach.