Aberdeenshire

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Plans for 68 new homes at Upper Lochton, Banchory, have been approved by Aberdeenshire Council’s Marr Area Committee.

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Proposals by Cala Homes that would deliver a mix of 68 new homes, 17 of which would be affordable properties, at Upper Lochton, Banchory, have been recommended for approval by officers at Aberdeenshire Council.

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Aberdeenshire trades and businesses are being encouraged to attend a 'meet the buyer' event to discuss the potential to bid for contracts as part of the exciting Macduff Marine Aquarium development. The evening session on Thursday 16 May, 5.30–8pm, will be hosted in the aquarium’s audito

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Aberdeenshire Council is to trial solar-powered sonar devices at three sites across the region in a bid to deter gulls from nesting on its properties.

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The Duke of Fife has instructed Shepherd Chartered Surveyors to invite interest from housebuilders to increase significantly the number of homes at Chapelton, the new community five miles south of Aberdeen. Chapelton is being built on land partly owned by David, the Duke of Fife, a director of the E

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The construction of an improved access project at The Haughs in Turriff has begun. Aberdeenshire Council, in partnership with The Haughs Regeneration Steering Group, has developed a scheme which will see the installation of lighting, a ramp structure at the underpass and path upgrades within the pop

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Plans to build two new primary schools in Aberdeenshire have been placed on hold due to a lack of finances. Doubts were cast over the facilities in Stonehaven and Fraserburgh when they missed out on the latest round of funding from the Scottish Government.

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