Councillors have been urged to approve plans for double yellow lines on the roads around a north-east school following concerns from parents.
Buchan Area Committee
More than £17,000 could be handed to north-east community councils.
A north-east council committee is to meet next week to discuss funding for groups.
Plans to create a new north-east quarry have been refused.
Plans to create a north-east quarry have been recommended for approval.
Plans to build five homes in the grounds of a north-east castle could be given the green light.
Councillors are to give their views on proposals for a new substation at a north-east gas terminal.
The proposal concerns the repair, renewal and enhancement of the Peterhead Conservation Area, which covers the historic core of the town.
It is hoped hundreds of additional training places could be created if a centre of excellence for seafood is created in a north-east town.
Plans to expand a retail park by adding a drive-thru and petrol station in a north-east town have been “reluctantly” approved.
Plans for 500 homes in a north-east village could be approved next week.
Councillors have deferred a decision on plans for a 24-hour petrol station and drive-thru coffee shop.
An area committee has been asked to approve a maintenance programme for a school.
Campaigners battling a controversial quarry development will be given one last chance to make their case to councillors.
Plans to boost the popularity of a rural attraction described as “the jewel in Buchan’s crown” have forged ahead with the launch of a new funding appeal.