I applaud the Aberdeen City Council planning committee for their unanimous decision to refuse the Canadian company Carterra’s amended plan for the Rubislaw quarry flats to-let scheme, which was totally unsuitable for the site despite the Aberdeen City Council planners backing the proposals.
Members of the public are being reminded to have their say in a public consultation regarding a major planning development in Aberdeen.
A property developer has hit back at criticism over its plans for a historic Aberdeen site.
Members of the public have slammed controversial plans for an Aberdeen beauty spot at a public meeting.
Residents in a city community are being reminded to make their views heard on a controversial planning application.
A public meeting has been called over controversial plans to build hundreds of homes at a historic city quarry.
Developers have submitted new plans to build a multi-million-pound development at a former Aberdeen quarry.
The public has been given a chance to view fresh proposals for a multi-million-pound housing development at an Aberdeen quarry.
More people across the city have been invited to give their views on plans to build flats at an Aberdeen quarry.
Property developer Carterra will submit plans for the site which includes proposals for a gym, bistro, function room and promenade at Rubislaw Quarry.
A Canadian developer has submitted new plans to create hundreds of homes at a north-east quarry.
Developer vows to return with new ideas after plan to build hundreds of flats in Aberdeen thrown out
A developer today vowed to return with revised plans after an application to build hundreds of flats at an Aberdeen landmark was thrown out.
A Canadian developer has announced it intends to appeal a decision to refuse plans to build almost 300 flats at a famous Aberdeen landmark.
Controversial plans to build almost 300 flats at a famous Aberdeen landmark have been rejected by city councillors.