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A public consultation event is to be held this week into plans for a major housing development in an Aberdeen community.
Further consultation is required on plans for a major housing development in a city community, planners have announced.
Coffee mornings are being held to raise money for a cancer charity.
An Aberdeen house builder is to host a family fun day at its development.
A man has hit out at a developer after work on its latest housing scheme in Aberdeen flooded his back garden.
Bancon Homes is recognised as one of North East Scotland’s foremost home building brands, building quality homes for over 30 years.
A north-east council is taking ownership of new rental homes in three towns.
Jane Park and her husband Morton have made loved their peaceful life in this three-storey townhouse.
Plans to convert a former chapel into housing have been accepted by the local authority.
A north-east housebuilder has received a special award for its customer service.
A north-east homebuilder has been shortlisted for two prizes for its developments.
A housebuilder is looking to delay its obligation to improve a road junction after the opening of the AWPR.
A housebuilder is calling for a north-east council to pay back £100,000 that it was “erroneously” charged.
An Aberdeen suburb’s residents are hoping that its first ever Christmas lights switch-on can become a major community event.
Plans for 500 homes in a north-east village could be approved next week.
A dementia charity is celebrating after receiving a £2,000 donation.
More than £640,000 has been pledged to build a new affordable housing development in Aberdeen.
Plans for a major new residential development in Aberdeen are set to be scrutinised by councillors this week.
Welcome to Maidencraig village where Bancon Homes are creating a community that combines easy access to Aberdeen with a real sense of open space.
Two council home developments worth more than £8 million are back on track a year after the contractor for the works went into administration.