CAF Properties (SABC) Ltd tabled plans to build the units – two with drive-through facilities – near Ardene House Veterinary Hospital in Kingswells, close to the new Aberdeen FC stadium.
Aberdeen City Council
Aberdeen council bosses have named the roads they want to see repaired across the city as part of a £10.6 million programme this financial year.
A scheme that keeps Aberdeen children fed and active in the school holidays has been given a major funding boost.
A public consultation has been launched into a proposed new bicycle hire scheme in the north-east.
A total of 370 deliberate fires were recorded between April to December 2018, up from 315 in the same period in 2017.
Work to build a multi-million-pound community hub has been delayed after a contractor went into administration.
Aberdeen is set to ring in the changes with new telecommunication kiosks which will be officially unveiled this week.
A councillor is urging more people to make use of a bus link after it emerged it carries fewer than eight people per day.
School meals across Aberdeen have increased in cost by 10p.
A 24-hour convenience store in Aberdeen has applied for permission to sell hot food.
Aberdeen City Council has announced it is now open to receive applications for a popular arts grant.
Aberdeen City Council is consulting the public about staff members and teams that have excelled in their role and would be worthy of recognition.
Plans have been lodged to install a new boiler house and replacement stack at a major sewage treatment facility.
New figures have revealed more than 400 council tenants are in rent arrears across Aberdeenshire, with an average debt of £925 each.
A campaign group is calling on the public to give its views on the future use of a landmark.
The public are being asked to give their views on what they would like to see at Aberdeen’s second “Cruyff Court”.
Drivers will have to cough up more to park in car parks and streets across the city from Monday April 22.
Enforcement action could be taken against developer for unauthorised works to historic Aberdeen house
Enforcement action could be taken against a property developer for unauthorised works to a historic mansion house.
Councillors have been urged to throw out controversial plans to build three food and drink units on the outskirts of the city.
Triple Olympic gold medallist Ed Clancy took first place last year – and Tour Series organisers are expecting cycling superstars to ride into the Granite City once more.
A major cycling race will give the city the opportunity to test out Broad Street for future events, a co-leader of the council has claimed.
The council has disputed claims Aberdeen will experience the biggest increase in secondary school pupils in Scotland over the next two years.
The new technology will massively boost internet speeds for mobile phone users in Aberdeen
Aberdeen City Council have put out dates for bin collections this year.
Temporary traffic lights will be put in place on a busy Aberdeen road.
Plans to expand an Aberdeen gym and allow a jiu-jitsu group to operate have been approved.
Part of a major Aberdeen road has shut while work is carried out by BT Openreach.
Creative projects in the north-east are in line for a funding boost.
Aberdeen planners have approved an application to transform a vacant office block into more than 40 residential flats with a commercial unit on the ground floor.
An Aberdeen schoolboy has been charged in connection with an incident in which intimate images of a teacher were shared with other pupils.