A Scottish Government ruling to overturn a planning decision for flats at the city quarry has been branded a "disgrace".
A proposed development of apartments overlooking Rubislaw Quarry will be only the second in Aberdeen to operate under the private rental sector scheme which aids first time buyers who are finding it increasingly difficult to make it onto the property ladder.
An Aberdeen community council has objected to a planning appeal – saying that an existing plan should go ahead instead.
The developer behind controversial plans to build flats at an Aberdeen landmark is appealing the council’s decision to knock back the development.
A controversial homes development has been recommended for approval by planning officers.
Controversial plans for a £68 million housing development in Aberdeen may be in jeopardy – as a pair of badgers were spotted near the site.
A war of words has intensified over £68 million housing plans at Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry.
Plans for a huge housing development at Rubislaw Quarry, which have prompted a deluge of formal objections, were the subject of a stormy public meeting.
The boss of a firm hoping to build a flats complex on the edge of Rubislaw Quarry has vowed to fight to prevent a granite heritage centre being built at the site.