Eight high-rises in Aberdeen have been tipped for category A-listed status.
Historic Environment Scotland
Airborne laser scanning has revealed around 1,000 previously unknown archaeological sites on a Scottish island.
Professor Miles Glendinning contacted Historic Environment Scotland (HES), which confirmed it received a request to consider the listing of the concrete towers, originally built as council houses in the 1960s
Several buildings at a historic Aberdeen hospital have been deemed “at risk” following a recent inspection.
More than 300 buildings in the north-east are currently “at risk”, according to the latest figures.
A north-east antique shop has benefited from a £500,000 restoration scheme.
Archaeologists are calling for the public to join in on a historical dig at a north-east estate.
A stone circle has been discovered on a farm in the north-east.
Work to turn a historic Aberdeen hospital into a new boutique hotel and apartments could begin in January 2020, the Evening Express can reveal today.
The hotel where Bram Stoker began writing Dracula is to be recognised with a special plaque celebrating the link.
Historic silver treasures dating from as far back as 75AD have gone on display in the north-east.
A decision on whether the north-east castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula will gain listed building status has been delayed.
A rare Pictish stone has been discovered on the banks of the River Don.
A north-east MSP has welcomed the addition of 15 new homes in a north-east town.
The owners of a north-east castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula have lodged an appeal against its listed building status.
More than £900,000 has been made available to regenerate Aberdeen city centre’s historic streetscape.
A North-east castle which is believed to have inspired Bram Stoker’s iconic horror novel Dracula has been awarded listed building status for the first time.
Plans have been lodged to create a memorial to the victims of a World War 2 bombing.
One of Aberdeen’s most historically significant buildings could be partially demolished as part of a £100 million project to transform it into an urban village.
A large mound of earth which was once the site of a Medieval castle is in line for a £210,000 council regeneration project.
An iconic North-east castle is to undergo a review which could see it become a protected building.
Aberdeen has a “golden opportunity” to learn from the success of regeneration schemes in other parts of Scotland, with £2.4 million available to enhance Union Street’s most important buildings.
A film has been commissioned that shows an archaeological investigation into a North-east site.
A £2.4 million building conservation scheme for the Aberdeen's Union Street is set to launch today.
History experts are to shine a light on some of the North-east’s closely guarded secrets this weekend.
Temporary cabins are to be built by an iconic lighthouse to house workers as part of a £375 million expansion of Aberdeen harbour.
A man claims he has been living in squalid conditions for years after a council blunder.