North-east landmarks are among those set to reopen next month.
Historic Environment Scotland
They were the buildings which were supposed to help Aberdeen residents advance into a bright new future.
Castles, cathedrals, and museums are due to reopen at the end of April as visitors return to Scotland’s historic sites.
Residents of eight listed Aberdeen high rises have, for the first time, had it spelled out to them what they now can and cannot do to their own homes.
Aberdeen City Council has agreed to seek advice on appealing the decision to award eight multi-storey buildings in the city Grade A listed status.
Council officers have warned a decision to give listed building status to eight high-rises in Aberdeen might place additional pressures on both staff and finances.
A group of politicians were to meet the boss of a heritage body over the controversial decision to list eight of Aberdeen’s high-rise buildings.
It was a piece of news which had some people querying whether April Fool's Day had arrived a few months early.
An A-listed theatre and a steam railway are among more than 40 groups who will share nearly £2 million in funding from Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
Local authorities throughout the land have been grinding them into rubble for years.
Heritage chiefs have been urged to think again about the decision to award eight high-rise blocks in Aberdeen the same protected status as the city’s most iconic buildings.
Heritage bosses have awarded eight Aberdeen high rises the same protected status as iconic buildings like Marischal College and the Music Hall.
A rail station and former school building are among those which have been given a new lease of life after being place on the 'at risk' register.
Listed building status for an Aberdeen department store has not been given - due to future development proposals.
Heritage bosses are still mulling over a move to award eight blocks of Aberdeen flats listed status with a decision expected in January.
Two north-east projects are set to benefit from funding as part of Scotland’s Year of Coast and Waters.
A north-east building which has been categorised as 'at risk' is to be sold at an auction.
National heritage body Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has revealed its plans for reopening sites, including a number in the north-east, following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
On September 7 1940, the calm Saturday evening of Stonehaven was shattered by the urgent pealing of church bells… the Nazi invasion feared since Dunkirk had started on Scotland’s north-east coast.
An Aberdeen trust has announced it will now accept applications for building repair grants across a larger part of Aberdeen city centre.
Several iconic buildings in the north-east that have fallen into disrepair are to be restored.
A historic disused north-east building is in line for a revamp that would breathe new life into it.
An appeal to remove the listed building status on a former Aberdeen school has been lodged with the Scottish Government.
Organistations in the north-east can apply for funding for community projects which help protect coasts and waterways across the region.
Conservation bosses have been accused of “interference” by city council leaders after moving to grant listed building status to eight city high-rises.
They have guided sailors and captains into Aberdeen Harbour for more than 150 years and have proved to be a staple on the waterfront.
Eight high-rises in Aberdeen have been tipped for category A-listed status.
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.