Plans to build nearly a dozen new homes in a north-east town have been approved.
Bosses at the chain estimate around 35 jobs would be created in the new store - and city officers have now urged councillors to give the plans the green light.
Plans to demolish a north-east hotel and build five new houses on the site have been approved by council bosses.
Aberdeenshire Council hopes to construct four three-bedroom flats and six one-bedroom flats at the site of the depot in King Street, Huntly.
A north-east village could be given a new lease of life after plans to extend it were lodged.
Plans have been lodged to build more than a dozen affordable homes at the site of a north-east council depot.
A digital advertising board will be built in Aberdeen after a decision to block planning permission was overturned.
Hutting is a traditional past time and the buildings give families the chance to live in basic accommodation during visits to the area.
A long-awaited road improvement project has taken a "significant step" towards being delivered - but campaigners say they have been left disappointed.
Plans for a number of homes in an Aberdeen community have been rejected by councillors.
Councillors have backed plans for a detached house to be built on an Aberdeen street.
Plans to turn an Aberdeen quarry into an aggregate recycling facility have been rejected by councillors.
A major project designed to improve the city's road network has been granted planning permission by councillors.
Plans for a new multi-million pound elective care centre in Aberdeen have been given the green light by councillors.
Plans for 150 homes in Aberdeen is to be discussed by councillors next week.
Plans have been lodged to demolish a house in a north-east village and build a replacement property.
The Government’s new planning proposals aim to deliver its target of 300,000 new homes a year in England, a commitment it set in 2017 which has yet to be met.
The Housing Secretary has defended his sweeping reforms to the planning system against criticism that the move to speed up building will create slums and ignore local concerns.
Sweeping reforms to the planning system will cut red tape and speed up house building, ministers said amid warnings they could lead to a new generation of slums and ignore local concerns.
A major overhaul of the planning system will speed up the housebuilding process and “cut red tape but not standards”, the Housing Secretary has said.
Proposals to build a new business park in the north-east on former greenfield land has been lodged with the local authority.
Proposals for a £1.6 million upgrade at a north-east school have been approved.
Proposals to turn a former north-east hardware store into two retail units have been approved by council bosses.
A former carpet shop in a north-east town could be given a new lease of life.
Plans for a 65-bed care home next to an Aberdeen hotel have been passed on appeal.
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has said it was “perfectly fair” that he fast-tracked a controversial planning development in a move that could have potentially saved an ex-media tycoon as much as £50 million.
Plans for a new residential development in a city community have been approved.
The public have been urged to comment on an important Aberdeen planning document.
Fresh plans have been submitted for a "unique" retirement village in an Aberdeen community.
New proposals have been submitted to a local authority to build within a north-east forest.