A waiver exempting Aberdeen developers from the need to build affordable homes has been extended until June 2022.
Here are the main elements of Boris Johnson’s plan to revive the economy after the coronavirus crisis:
Calls have been made for the UK Government to suspend the benefit cap and make accommodation more affordable to protect renters during the coronavirus outbreak.
And within 48 hours of Aberdein Considine launching the initiative, an offer was made on a property in Bucksburn which has now been accepted.
Plans are being put together for hundreds of homes on the banks of the River Dee in Torry, in a spot earmarked for something "iconic".
Plans have been lodged to build 177 new homes in Cove to help bring down the waiting list for houses in the city.
The next Scottish Government is being urged to kick-start the country’s post-pandemic economic recovery by committing to build more affordable homes.
Holyrood is being urged to amend emergency coronavirus legislation to help Scots in the period after the pandemic – with Greens calling on ministers to bring in a rent freeze for two years.
The housing allocations were stopped because of the coronavirus pandemic and existing tenants are being asked to remain in their current home where possible and safe to do so.
The number of people waiting to be housed in Aberdeen has fallen in the last five years, according to the local authority.
The chief executive of a north-east housing association has written to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in the hope that community tests can be carried out in Scotland.
North-east tenants will get increased protection if emergency legislation is passed next week.
Aberdeen residents are to lead inspections in their own multi-storey buildings.
Plans have been lodged to build 140 new homes in Aberdeen city centre.
A meeting is to be held ahead of a decision on whether to approve plans for more than 500 homes in a city community.
A public consultation event is to be held this week into plans for a major housing development in an Aberdeen community.
A north-east council is seeking views on housing and related support currently available across the region.
Aberdeen residents who are waiting anxiously to hear if they will be forced to move out of their homes are still being kept in the dark after another council deadline was missed.
Further consultation is required on plans for a major housing development in a city community, planners have announced.
Plans have been lodged for the major expansion of a north-east village.
Councillors have today agreed a five-year plan to help boost affordable housing numbers in Aberdeen.
Councillors have approved plans to expand Donald Trump’s north-east estate.
Work to build a waterside residential development of more than 1,000 homes in Aberdeen could begin at the end of next year, it has been revealed.
A raft of changes have been made to controversial proposals to build more than 500 homes at the site of Donald Trump’s north-east golf course.
Plans have been lodged to build a residential property on the site of a former Aberdeen water treatment works.
The “physiological wear and tear” from stress around insecure job and housing markets is likely to increase young people’s risk of chronic health conditions later in life, a health expert warned.
Residents told they have to leave their Aberdeen homes have called on the council to buy them.
Homes in Aberdeen have been fitted with new energy units thanks to Scottish Government funding.
Plans have been lodged to build new affordable homes in Aberdeen.
This cosy, three-bed, bungalow boasts a tastefully decorated interior and stunning rural location.