Scotrail has unveiled the next stage of an £8millon revamp of Aberdeen train station.
Plans to build more than 70 apartments and homes in an Aberdeen community have been lodged.
A housebuilder has been given the go-ahead for the second phase of new homes to be built in Banchory.
The construction of a new road for the Cults community has now been completed by its developer, with traffic now free to use it.
Plans have been lodged to build 177 new homes in Cove to help bring down the waiting list for houses in the city.
New pictures have revealed what the revamp of Aberdeen Market might look like if plans are approved.
Plans have been lodged for a new road at a north-east estate.
Plans for a waterside residential development have moved a step closer after councillors agreed to go ahead with a public consultation.
Work to transform a former Aberdeen electronics shop into a supermarket has started.
Members of the public have been urged to have their say in a transport consultation for a new Aberdeen harbour.
An Aberdeen community has had a first look at what a residential waterfront development could look like if a planning application is successful.
Glasgow bar and restaurant tycoon Stefan King has emerged as the developer behind "ambitious" plans to take over Greyfriars Church, next to Marischal College.
A new project to boost a town's economy could be launched.
Revised plans for a new hotel, retail and housing complex in Aberdeen will go on display today.
A bid to build a golf course designed by the world's greatest ever player today faced being bunkered.
PLANS to develop a historic estate have been approved by councillors - despite objections from the residents.
COMPANIES from across the North-east are to benefit from an additional £4 million cash boost as part of the controversial Marischal Square project, developers today revealed.
AROUND £500,000 is to be put towards upgrading Provost Skene's House as part of the £107 million Marischal Square project.
THE city’s finance boss today said the council has “mitigated” any risks associated with the Marischal Square project.
THE way was clear today to start work on a £40 million country club after the Scottish Government gave the scheme the green light.
FRESH plans outlining the vision for a 1,500-home development are to go on show.