Located in the Conglass area, on Crawford Road, the development would see the creation of 57 homes comprising four and five-bedroom detached houses as well as an allocation of affordable properties.
The application follows the housebuilder’s previously submitted plans for a development in nearby Oldmeldrum.
Mike Naysmith, managing director of CALA Homes (North), said: “We are pleased to progress with plans for this luxury pocket of family homes in Inverurie.
“It has been many years since we last built homes in the town but we have been very keen to return and invest in the right developments in the area, so we are particularly pleased to have plans for this site at Conglass and also in nearby Oldmeldrum.
“Our proposal has been carefully considered to ensure the new neighbourhood will complement the existing surroundings.
“We look forward to releasing more details of our exciting plans for Conglass as they move forward.”
Meanwhile CALA has launched its latest development of new homes on the former grounds of the Scottish Fire Service College in Gullane.
Careful renovation is ensuring that the coastal village’s iconic Henderson House is restored to its former glory and transformed into apartments.
The renowned and much loved building was formerly The Marine Hotel before becoming the college and eventually mothballed following Scottish Fire and Rescue Service’s relocation to Cumbernauld.
Work is currently being finalised on two townhouse showhomes due to launch in April, with a show apartment expected to be ready by early summer. A refurbished apartment in Henderson House will join the roster of showhomes around August.
In total, CALA is bringing to market 125 homes, including the Henderson House apartments, mews, terraced and semi-detached housing.
Philip Hogg, sales and marketing director with CALA Homes (East), said: “Gullane is an ideal area for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of city living, while maintaining easy access to the capital.
“As well as opening the door to new families in Gullane, our homes will provide a much needed option for downsizers, commuters and holiday makers alike.
“From the development’s name, inspired by Henderson House’s previous life as The Marine Hotel, to red stone features and natural timber touches, every detail of the new development has been carefully designed to reflect the area’s heritage.
“The site has been left unused for years so we’re excited to put the valuable space back to good use and our new homes will create a village feel and a new neighbourhood, with plenty of green space for the whole community to enjoy.”