A deal has been struck between a Canadian developer and Aberdeen Council, paving the way for hundreds of homes to be built on the edge of one of the city’s most famous sites.
The Old Mill Inn has been demolished just days after a fire ripped through the former hotel and restaurant.
A north-east council's planning department has been nominated for an award.
Regarding the plans for the Cults Railway Station, if you were to review the planning details in greater detail you would understand that these entail a bistro with alcohol licence tucked in the middle of a residential area with access only from minor residential roads.
Plans to turn a former Aberdeen hotel into nine flats and three houses has been recommended for approval.
A developer had drawn up plans to turn a former Aberdeen city centre office block into 250 flats.
The site attracted a number of objections, including that the building would be too tall, amount to overdevelopment, wouldn't be keeping in the area and not enough granite from the demolished building would be on show in the new building.
A developer has appealed a council decision to refuse plans to build 99 homes in an Aberdeen community.
A property developer has been given the go-ahead to build new flats in Aberdeen.
Plans to install an automatic gated system at an Aberdeen school have been lodged - amid safety and security concerns.
The removal of street furniture, poor lighting, and large bins could have a huge impact on Aberdeen's city centre - a new report has said.
Plans have been unveiled for two new drive-thrus in the south of Aberdeen - with the potential to bring a world-famous Canadian brand to the north-east for the first time.
The device accepts empty beverage containers and returns a reward, usually money, back to the user.
A chiropractor has lodged plans to convert a garage in a north-east town into a new office space.
A complaint about Aberdeen City Council’s handling of a planning application has been dismissed.
A former north-east business school could be given a new lease of life.
The Government remains committed to building 300,000 new homes a year in England despite revising the way targets are calculated, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has said.
These new images show the dramatic changes planned for one of Aberdeen's busiest roads.
The Scottish Government has been accused of running roughshod over local democracy as figures show a large number of planning application decisions are overturned.
Revised plans for new homes behind a historic north-east hotel and bar have been lodged.
Plans to convert former Aberdeen office building into flats with co-working space, library and cafe recommended for approval
Pans which would see a former Aberdeen office block converted into flats with co-working spaces, a cafe/bar and library have been recommended for approval.
Plans have been lodged for a new community garden in a north-east town.
Controversial plans for 245 flats on the edge of Aberdeen's iconic Rubislaw Quarry have been backed - despite being voted down unanimously by councillors.
Plans to build dozens of houses on the site of a former north-east secondary school have been deferred by councillors.
Plans for hundreds of flats in Aberdeen are set to be given the green light - despite councillors unanimously rejecting them last year.
Plans which could see a new hospital built in Aberdeen have been submitted to council officials.
The approval of Donald Trump's new golf course will create a "degree of uncertainty" for local residents, it has been claimed.
The demolition of a former city centre office building has been given the green light by council officials.
Council chiefs have approved plans to demolish a building to make way for a major road improvement project in Aberdeen.
Councillors have backed plans for a 78-home residential development in an Aberdeen suburb.