Three Aberdeen businesses have hit out at plans to knock down their premises to make way for 33 flats.
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Plans have been submitted to demolish three warehouses to make way for new flats as part of proposals to regenerate a city centre site.
Plans have been submitted to the local authority to create new affordable apartments in Aberdeen.
Plans have been lodged for a new car park with more than 460 spaces near Aberdeen International Airport.
The new nursery, near Cummings Park Community Centre will help the council meet Scottish Government’s targets to double the amount of free hours available for eligible two-year-olds and all four-year-olds from 600 to 1,140 hours by next year.
Plans for a new retirement village in an Aberdeen community are to go back to the public after councillors decided more consultation is needed.
The first stage of work to create a new £8.5 million warehouse in an Aberdeen community has been approved.
A planning application to create a car park at an Aberdeen playing field has been lodged with the local authority.
As well as 500 to 600 homes, the plans include a new recycling centre, shops, eateries and community facilities.
An architect behind plans to rip down Aberdeen Indoor Market has claimed a proposed nine-storey tower in the city centre is “above anything the city has seen”.
Multi-million-pound plans to revamp a city centre visitor attraction have been given the go-ahead.
Plans to enhance an Aberdeen visitor attraction in a multi-million-pound revamp have taken a massive step forward.
Plans for an operation depot to maintain the Aberdeen bypass once it is fully open have been approved.
Plans for a £50 million stadium have taken a step forward.
Proposals to convert a former north-east children’s home into a block of flats have won the backing of planners.
Offices above a city centre casino could be turned into apartments if newly-lodged plans are approved.
Plans to create homes for nurses and doctors in Aberdeen have taken a step forward.