Aberdeenshire

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The UK Hire business of bridge and engineering services specialist Mabey has highlighted its role in delivering the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie-Tipperty (AWPR/B-T), cutting journey times and reducing pollution in the UK’s third most congested city. The 58km bypass project is being d

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Aberdeenshire Council is to start hunting for a contractor to deliver the £16 million Stonehaven Flood Protection Scheme. Following the project's legal confirmation, engineers can proceed to tender for the scheme which aims to reduce flood risk to 372 residential properties, two public utility site

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Plans to create a new neighbourhood of 231 affordable homes in Turriff have been given unanimous approval by councillors. A decision on the Springfield Properties scheme was deferred by Aberdeenshire Council’s Formartine area committee last month after concerns were raised about the viability of t

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Planning permission in principle has been granted for the formation of an Aberdeenshire business park. Members of Aberdeenshire Council’s Buchan Area Committee this week considered plans for the Northwoods Eco Business Park on the northern boundary of Mintlaw.

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Councillors have backed plans to redevelop an Aberdeenshire hotel. The Udny Arms in Newburgh will reopen with 12 en-suite rooms and manager’s flat, while an existing annexe would be demolished to make way for five terraced townhouses.

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Councillors have deferred a decision over the development of 231 affordable homes in Turriff after concerns were raised about the viability of the plans. Lodged by Springfield Properties for an agricultural site at Meadowbank Road, the proposals were recommended for approval by Aberdeenshire Council

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Plans to create a new neighbourhood of 231 affordable homes in Turriff look set to be given final approval next week. Aberdeenshire Council planners have given their backing to the Springfield Properties development, which is located on an agricultural site at Meadowbank Road on the northern boundar

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CBRE associate director Iain Landsman The first trampoline park in Aberdeenshire has bounced into action after property consultancy CBRE secured premises at Highclere Business Park in Inverurie.

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Aberdeen-based quarrying and construction materials group Leiths (Scotland) has acquired the business of local stone supplier and processor Fyfe Glenrock. Leiths, whose own construction and quarrying business is run from Cove, said it was now the owner of Oldmeldrum-based Fyfe Glenrock, though the v

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