Proposals to create a permanent taxi rank at a new multi-million-pound concert venue will go out to public consultation.
A request has been made to create a permanent taxi rank at Aberdeen's new concert venue.
A group of traders at Aberdeen's indoor market threatened with demolition have hit back at the building’s owners.
PLANS have been approved to install new signage at a city centre pub.
A north-east pub is looking to create a beer garden.
Aberdeen planners have approved an application to transform a vacant office block into more than 40 residential flats with a commercial unit on the ground floor.
Plans to turn a former Italian restaurant into flats have been approved.
Work has started to create five new sculptures which will mark the 50th anniversary of a north-east community.
Plans for affordable housing in a north-east community have been approved.
Plans to convert a north-east bar and restaurant into two homes have been given the go-ahead.
The revamp of Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens will not be completed for another two years.
A north-east council has agreed the sale of a former school.
Traders in an Aberdeen market today vowed to do all they can to stop it being demolished.
Plans to build more than 500 homes at the site of Donald Trump’s north-east golf course have received a mixed response from councillors.
Plans have been approved to create 13 flats on a busy Aberdeen street.
An Aberdeen church has raised more than £340,000 to create a new community centre.
Plans have been approved to turn a former Aberdeen shop into a fish and chip shop.
Stewart Milne Homes has formally applied to Aberdeen City Council to build 30 homes – including eight affordable properties – on land to the west of Contlaw Road in Milltimber.
Plans have been lodged for 30 new homes in the north-east – after no businesses wanted to build on the site.
Plans have been submitted for a new residential facility for adults with additional support needs.
Work has started on a £1 million revamp of a north-east courthouse.
A north-east sports centre with an ambitious expansion plan has reached a new milestone.
MSPs have been urged to reconsider legislation to reform Scotland’s planning system after the proposals were described as “unworkable”.
Plans have been put forward to turn a former cafe into a two-bed apartment, blaming the economic downturn.
Residents have voiced their views on plans to build more than 500 new homes in their community.
Plans for a £150 million waste incinerator could take a major step forward next week.
A planning application for the second phase of a 700-home development has been submitted.
Plans have been lodged to revamp two major Aberdeen buildings.
A developer hoping to build more than 500 new Aberdeen homes has been asked to consult more people about the project.
An Aberdeen community council is “bitterly disappointed” a controversial homes scheme has been supported.