A woman has made a poignant 12,000-mile journey to donate money towards the repair of the historic building where her parents were married.
Campaigners seeking to restore a derelict Aberdeen landmark to its former glory have been granted control of the site from the council.
A community group with ambitious plans to renovate an A-listed Aberdeen building have called for ideas for future uses of its granite outbuildings.
New images have revealed what could become of a deteriorating A-listed Aberdeen building- if enough money is raised.
Councillors have agreed to see off a historic Aberdeen building for just £1.
Council bosses in Aberdeen are poised to sell off an A-listed building designed by the city’s most famous architect for just £1.
A community group with ambitious plans to breathe new life into a derelict historic Aberdeen building have made an impressive start to their fundraising campaign.
An Aberdeen conservation group, which is battling to save a decrepit A-listed building, designed by the city’s most famous architect, has submitted its plans to council bosses.
A dilapidated A-listed building in an Aberdeen park could be transformed into a museum honouring its designer and the Granite City’s most famous architect, Archibald Simpson, under ambitious new proposals.
A dilapidated A-listed house designed by Aberdeen’s most famous architect has been put on the market by council chiefs - nearly two decades after it was last occupied.
The fate of a historic Aberdeen building has become the centre of a political feud.
A derelict A-listed building designed by Aberdeen’s most famous architect could be transformed into a tea room and community facility.
A former Aberdeen councillor turned history group leader has said the local authority should have upgraded a crumbling Archibald Simpson designed building when the city had the money.
The future of a derelict but A-listed building, designed by Aberdeen’s most famous architect, has been questioned with a local councillor comparing it to a "rotten tooth".
Council bosses in Aberdeen say they have been "pleased" with the level of interest shown in redeveloping a historic A-listed city building.
A historic building described as an "eyesore" could be given a new lease of life with several firms vying to redevelop it.