An appeal to the Scottish Government to build a roadside services complex on the A90 has been rejected.
Developers have appealed to the Scottish Government in a bid to build a roadside service complex in the north-east.
Plans for a roadside services complex could create more than 100 jobs and generate up to £3.2 million a year for the North-east economy, a report has stated.
Council tax bills across Aberdeen could rise by 3% in a move described as a “hard choice” by the ruling administration.
Plans to create roadside services including a hotel have been backed by a national tourism body.