A demolition warrant has been lodged for part of a former pub in Aberdeen’s city centre.
Plans have been lodged to turn a bakery into a takeaway in a North-east village.
More than 120 homes for social rent could be built on the site of a former Aberdeen fire station.
A high street giant plans to carry out a £500,000 upgrade of its Aberdeen store.
Plans have been lodged to revamp an Aberdeen nightclub.
A North-east hotel’s plans to expand have been put on hold as councillors deferred a decision on the proposal.
Students are campaigning against plans to convert a historic B-listed building into a bar near their university.
The housing minister has highlighted pressures from immigration as he said the Government hears communities’ concerns over new developments.
Aberdeen planning officials have backed the Dons' £50 million Kingsford Stadium plans.
Plans have been unveiled to build an injury rehabilitation centre on a farm.
A formal application for a city university’s new £35 million science teaching hub has been submitted to the local authority.
Proposals for more holiday homes in the North-east have been called in by a national park authority.
Proposals have been lodged to create a tea room and gift shop.
Fresh plans have been lodged to carry out landscaping works at a historic mansion in Aberdeen
Plans have been tabled to change the use of a building in Aberdeen.
Work on a new supermarket in the North-east is set to get underway later this month.
Work is now under way on a £2.2 million project to build 17 affordable flats in Peterhead.
Plans to create a new coffee hub from storage containers have been given the green light.
A bid has been lodged to convert a North-east church into a community cafe.
A jeweller has launched plans to expand its business.
Aberdeenshire Council’s early plans for the old Ellon Academy site include around 50 homes, a percentage of which would be affordable, health and social care facilities and new council offices.
A provisional image has been revealed of one of the options for redeveloping an Aberdeen skatepark.
An investigation into delays with two major Aberdeen projects has been called for by the council’s culture chief.
A major housing developer has appealed to the Scottish Government after its application for 142 homes in Aberdeenshire was rejected.
A sports trust is asking for a community council to make a planning application on its behalf – in a bid to save £15,000.
A new cafe and first floor flat could be built on the site of a former Aberdeen chip chop if plans are accepted.
Aberdeen City Council has said it is “unlikely” plans for a major development will have a significant effect on the environment.
Aberdeenshire Council has been shortlisted for a prestigious accolade.
Plans to revamp and extend the entrance at an Aberdeen hospital have been given the go-ahead.
Images of a how a £68 million project to redevelop Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry would look have been unveiled.