Aberdeenshire

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Councillors are set to finalise a new local development plan (LDP) for Aberdeenshire which could see hundreds of new homes built to meet increased demand across the region. The local authority has identified new housing opportunities at locations including Banchory, Inverurie, Newburgh, Fy

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Aberdeenshire Council has teamed up with Kevin Murray Associates (KMA), a Glasgow-based spatial planning consultancy, to help develop a new vision and masterplan for the beach area in Fraserburgh.  The work will form the next key stage in the ongoing regeneration of the town and will be carried

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The renovation and extension of Macduff Marine Aquarium and the development of a cultural quarter in Peterhead are part of a £20 million bid from Aberdeenshire Council to the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund. Under the proposed plans, a significant modernisation of the existing aqu

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Aberdeenshire Council is inviting local micro, small and medium sized businesses, including supported businesses and third sector organisations, to attend a free webinar with the Supplier Development Programme on Thursday, 30 June, to discuss upcoming contracts related to housing projects and its o

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A landmark regeneration scheme in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire has been crowned the overall winner at the inaugural RTPI Scotland Awards for Planning Excellence 2022. The Fraserburgh Conservation Area Renewal Scheme Townscape Heritage Project won in the RTPI Scotland Best Project category and took awa

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Burns Construction has been awarded a £2.2 million contract to convert the former Aberdeenshire Council offices in Stonehaven into 16 flats. Built in the 1900s, Carlton House is a grand Edwardian villa, which in recent years has been used as a library and offices for the council's social work

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Nine local projects aimed at improving communities and places across Aberdeenshire are to share around £1.9 million in new funding to help improve local facilities and town centres and to support regeneration activity. This funding is coming from the second-year allocation of the Scottish Gove

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Aberdeenshire councillors have approved proposals to build Scotland's largest solar farm on a 260-acre site near St Fergus. The 50 megawatt project led by Irish-based Elgin Energy would be the biggest ever built in Scotland, and one of the largest solar projects in the whole of the UK. Over its life

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