Aberdeenshire

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Plans to transform a B-listed former nursing home into flats have been approved. Kirkton House, near Kirkton of Skene, is to be turned into 17 flats, under the plans from developer Kirk Harrison, the Evening Express has reported.

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A growing demand for homes in an Aberdeenshire village could be aided by the addition of more than 30 new homes. Peterhead firm Claymore Homes revealed plans to develop land in the fishing community of Cairnbulg earlier this year and has now lodged a bid to build the properties off Rathen Road.

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New plans have been revealed for a mixed-use development on the outskirts of Ellon which will include almost 1,000 homes. The mixed-use development proposed for land at Cromleybank Farm consists of up to 980 houses, a quarter of which will be affordable, as well as 2 hectares of employment land, a s

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The masterplan for a £150 million mixed use development in Aberdeenshire has been completed with the approval of a food hall, hotel and leisure facilities at Blackdog. Plans by Ashfield Land for a regional food hall that could be used by farmers and producers’ retail outlets, an 850-seat cinema a

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The developer behind Scotland’s largest planned new town has signalled its continued confidence in the North East as it agrees a number of new contracts. The £5 million investment by Elsick Development Company (EDC) will pave the way for the next stage of development at the Chapelton site.

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The public are being asked for their say on proposed changes to how Aberdeenshire Council calculates developer obligations. Launched as the local authority adopted its Local Development Plan (LDP) last week, the eight-week public consultation is set to help assess the level of proportional contribut

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A bid to increase the size of a planned boutique hotel at an £80 million golf course development in Aberdeenshire has been knocked back due to the resort’s proximity to an oil pipeline. Developer FM Group was given permission last year to create a hotel with five rooms at Ury House near Stonehave

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Plans for a new heritage centre for the Braemar Highland Games have been submitted to Aberdeenshire Council. Braemar Royal Highland Charity said the key attraction of its proposals will be the main exhibition hall, supported by a cafe, gift shop and multi-function gallery.

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Council planners in Aberdeenshire have backed a £150 million housing and retail development at Blackdog despite concerns it will hit traders in surrounding north-east towns. Under plans lodged with the local authority a year ago, developers Ashfield Land and local housebuilder Kirkwood Homes want t

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The north-east public have picked their favourite design for a new wedding and corporate venue which have been on display at Bon Accord centre as part of an exhibition by Robert Gordon University (RGU) architecture students. Nearly 700 votes were cast over the last week, with Magdalena Wloczka’s d

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An application to develop a floating wind farm off the coast of Aberdeenshire has been approved by Scottish Government ministers. The green light has been given to Kincardine Offshore to build the world’s largest floating wind array, consisting of up to eight 6MW semi-submersible turbines, which w

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Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall has started a £3 million project to restore Ballater Old Royal Station in Aberdeenshire. The listed building is an important heritage asset, historically used by the Royal Family when travelling to nearby Balmoral Castle, but it was almost comp

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