Plans to create a two-storey food and drink or retail unit on an unused patch of land have been refused by the local authority.
A planning application to change the use of a city park has been recommended for refusal after concerns were raised about trees.
Controversial plans for a house close to the Deeside Way route have been recommended for approval – despite more than 100 objections.
A bar was built on the outside terrace, despite plans being refused by Aberdeen City Council.
A former north-east care home could be converted into more than 40 flats.
Proposals have been launched that could see three new retail units – including a drive-thru – at an Aberdeen retail park.
More people across the city have been invited to give their views on plans to build flats at an Aberdeen quarry.
Developers hoping to build up to 140 homes in Aberdeen city centre have taken an important step forward.
Plans have been lodged for the major expansion of a north-east village.
Councillors will discuss proposals for the expansion of a north-east village.
Plans for a five-star hotel and country club near a much-loved Aberdeen park have taken another step forward after a legal agreement was finalised.
Plans for a new church in a north-east town have been approved.
There are currently no named operators, but one could be used as a pizza takeaway and the other a sandwich bar.
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.
The group was unable to reach a consensus but has asked full council to consider three separate matters related to the application.
A developer is hosting special meetings to showcase its ambition to transform a fire-ravaged Aberdeen school after being slammed by planners.
Plans to create a new industrial recycling centre in a former quarry have been lodged with the local authority.
Plans have been lodged to build a residential property on the site of a former Aberdeen water treatment works.
A long-standing social club used for decades by Aberdonians for birthday and retirement parties could be demolished.
A major building firm is being urged to bring the road at an Aberdeen development up to standard so the council can take it on.
A council has said plans for public toilets in a seaside town – with design features to deter vandalism, sexual activity and rough sleeping – were submitted in “error”.
Fears have been raised a haven for north-east youngsters could be lost due to the dualling of a main road.
Plans to build 30 new homes in an Aberdeen community have been approved.
Proposals to transform a former Aberdeen primary have taken a step forward today.
A developer is hoping to convert a former north-east church into a new gym.
Plans have been lodged to add an extension to a north-east church.
Work is finally expected to start this year on building hundreds of new homes on the site of a former school.
Residents told they have to leave their Aberdeen homes have called on the council to buy them.
More smart hubs could be installed in Aberdeen following a series of planning applications.
The first images of a planned school in an Aberdeen community have been unveiled.