A north-east oil and gas exploration firm has submitted a building warrant to move into a prominent Aberdeen office block.
Plans have been submitted to demolish three warehouses to make way for new flats as part of proposals to regenerate a city centre site.
Developers have submitted new plans to build a multi-million-pound development at a former Aberdeen quarry.
Plans have been lodged for a vehicle sales firm pod to be based at a city supermarket.
Aberdeen developer pledges £3 million for new link road to move traffic away from ‘extremely dangerous’ rat run
An Aberdeen developer has pledged to spend more than £3 million on a new link road which he claims will help ease traffic problems in an Aberdeen community.
A building warrant to start work on a new 90-place nursery at an Aberdeen primary school has been lodged with the local authority.
Plans are under way for the £500,000 refurbishment of an award-winning Aberdeen hotel as part of its 40th anniversary celebrations.
A community for people with learning difficulties in Aberdeen is spending £1.1 million on building new accommodation.
An Aberdeen city centre hotel that closed its doors more than six months ago could be given a new lease of life as student accommodation.
A series of bollards will be installed at an Aberdeen city centre car park.
Plans for a major housing development in an Aberdeen community are to go under the microscope when the city council’s planning development management committee meets next week.
Residents hit out at flood lights after north-east council approve plans to increase height of new school pitch
A sports pitch at a new north-east school campus will be built higher than intended, despite concerns neighbours will be affected.
Plans have been lodged to build a new nursery in the grounds of an Aberdeen primary school.
A public hearing will be held next week to discuss plans to build a retirement village, care home and retail space in Aberdeen.
Fresh plans have been submitted which could see a new retirement village created in an Aberdeen community.
Plans to turn a former office building in Aberdeen into a car showroom and vehicle service centre have been approved by the local authority.
Plans to begin build new office accommodation, a garage and mortuary area in a former north-east council building have been submitted to the local authority.
A meeting is to be held ahead of a decision on whether to approve plans for more than 500 homes in a city community.
Councillors also raised safety concerns over the 258-home development near the River Dee.
Councillors have rejected plans for a new care home in Aberdeen.
Plans have been lodged to demolish part of a north-east pub and replace it with a block of flats.
Revised plans to build a 250-home development on the edge of Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry would see the removal of an entire block and a public space created in its place.
A public consultation event is to be held this week into plans for a major housing development in an Aberdeen community.
Plans for more than 100 homes on the site of an Aberdeen office block have taken a step forward after it emerged council chiefs have no environmental concerns for the site.
An Aberdeen food firm has submitted plans to transform a unit on an industrial estate.
Plans have been lodged to create new dog kennels in Aberdeen.
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.