Proposals to build 30 new houses in Milltimber have been approved by planners.
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Planners have supported proposals to build 30 new homes in an Aberdeen community – despite concerns over capacity at nearby schools.
A major housing firm has unveiled proposals to build hundreds of new Aberdeen homes.
North-east tradespeople have been recognised for their talents at a glittering ceremony.
A north-east MSP has opened a new affordable housing project.
A housebuilder has agreed to carry out work on a “goodwill basis” to fix a school walking route which is at times “impassable”.
The appeal of coastal living is hard to resist, and Stewart Milne Homes is offering the dream combination of a seaside village with luxurious homes at Charleston, Cove.
Aberdeen FC and housebuilder Stewart Milne Homes have pledged their support to a homelessness charity fundraising event.
Stewart Milne Homes has created the perfect place for families looking for the relaxation of rural living but with the buzz of a thriving community of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes at Charleston, Cove.
Stewart Milne Homes are officially launching the first homes in the new phase at Dunnottar Park in Stonehaven on Saturday 3rd November.
A house builder has been granted planning permission for 121 homes in Aberdeen.
Silver Birches from Stewart Milne Homes sits within rolling countryside, offering stunning views and relaxed rural living.
One of the north-east’s most popular Hogmanay celebrations has secured a funding deal from a housing contractor for the next three years.
Plans have been approved to build 130 affordable homes within an industrial estate.
A developer has been given the go-ahead to move forward with a proposal to build 142 homes in a north-east town after a successful planning appeal.
Everyone wants something different from life in a new home. For some access to local green space is an important factor, while for others quality local schools is the top priority.
The North-east's newest town will be the first community in Scotland with access to "hyperfast" broadband, its developer has announced.
Proposals to build more than 100 homes as part of a 3,000-home development have been approved by councillors.
REVISED plans have been submitted to build homes at the site of Aberdeen's only five-star hotel.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build hundreds of homes as well as a supermarket and petrol station have been withdrawn.