Proposals for a housing development at the site of a former train station near Turriff have hit the buffers.
A grazing field in St Fergus has been chosen as the potential site for 21 new homes.
A group of north-east caravan owners have voiced their dismay over housing plans that could see them rub shoulders with a llama farm.
Developers have lodged plans to demolish a former printer's workshop in the centre of Aberdeen and replace it with a block of flats.
Plans have been unveiled to transform a former north-east cadet centre into two new homes.
A derelict north-east hotel could be transformed into new homes after plans for the project were submitted to the council.
A second appeal has been lodged against a decision to refuse controversial plans to convert a Sutherland church into holiday home.
The Scottish Government has overturned a decision by councillors to refuse plans for a new Chinese takeaway in the centre of Inverness.
Plans have been unveiled to build an injury rehabilitation centre on a Banff farm.
The developer behind a proposed new Sutherland golf course claims RSPB Scotland has ignored its plans to stop the shooting of protected birds at the site.
A prominent eyesore building in the heart of Inverness could be transformed under new plans being drawn up by city culture chiefs.
A developer's revised plans for a 100-home estate in an Inverness suburb could drive a road through precious greenbelt.
Developers behind proposals for Aberdeenshire's first crematorium have been given extra time to start work on the development.