New regulations on short-term lets must not be introduced in Scotland while the hospitality industry is “on its knees” as a result of Covid-19, bosses at Airbnb have said.
Charities have called for the Government to ensure people cannot be evicted from their homes during the lockdown.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she believes a ban on evictions during the Covid-19 pandemic should be extended.
Rough sleepers across England will receive extra support to help them recover from drug and alcohol misuse, ministers have announced.
New homes will have to be built with heating systems that produce no carbon emissions from 2024 under Scottish Government plans.
The Scottish Government has been accused of running roughshod over local democracy as figures show a large number of planning application decisions are overturned.
A new housing development in Aberdeen is set to be given the go ahead next week.
A ban on housing evictions will be put in place for six weeks over the winter, with Nicola Sturgeon saying people will only be removed from their homes if there are “exceptional circumstances”.
A children’s charity that provides emergency cash grants to families facing poverty has said demand for help has risen by more than 1,000% in the wake of the coronavirus lockdown.
The next stage of plans to improve journey times between Aberdeen and the Central Belt could be accelerated - a new report has said.
The housing market is recovering faster than initially thought as house buyers benefit from the stamp duty holiday and other Government incentives, according to Taylor Wimpey.
Housebuilder Redrow has seen huge demand for houses with home offices as the shifting nature of work during the pandemic looks set to stick, bosses said.
Plans to build 99 new council homes in the Kincorth area of Aberdeen have reached the public consultation stage.
Big supermarket chains were reaping the rewards of Government help “when they didn’t need it”, the former chief executive of Wickes and Iceland said.
Councillors have agreed to proceed with three developer-led sites which will see the delivery of more than 700 homes in Aberdeen
Work on traffic modelling and the results of consultations on a low emission zone for Aberdeen will be brought before council next June - after Covid-19 delayed the project.
Licensing for short-term lets in Scotland could put 17,000 jobs at risk, according to research commissioned by Airbnb.
The number of council houses being built in Aberdeen is set to beat the local authority's targets.
A leading conservation group has objected to plans to build 40 new affordable homes on the site of a former school.
Councillors have backed plans for a 78-home residential development in an Aberdeen suburb.
Officers are working with contractors to get Aberdeen City Council's capital programme projects back on track.
A north-east council is looking for views on its housing rules.
A waiver exempting Aberdeen developers from the need to build affordable homes has been extended until June 2022.
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 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.