Aberdeenshire

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(from left) Aaron Chan, Lucia Medina Uriarte, Alexandra Angus and Jorge-Paul Carr A group of architecture students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) will host an exhibition of their work to transform the grounds of Elsick House into a wedding and corporate venue.

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Craft beer maker BrewDog has threatened to abandon plans to build a £5 million hotel complex in a row over the sale of land with Aberdeenshire Council. BrewDog wants to buy up almost 12 acres of council-owned land next door to its Ellon distillery for the development of a hotel, restaurant and conf

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Senior planning officials have rejected Donald Trump’s plans to expand his Aberdeenshire golf resort by building 2,750 new homes and holiday flats. The President-elect had bid to build a far less ambitious and cheaper version of the vast holiday and sports resort he originally fought for in 20

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View from the north of the Aden Park site Plans have been lodged to build new homes in an Aberdeenshire village on behalf of Castlehill Housing Association.

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Councillors will be asked in March to formally approve the latest blueprint for future development in Aberdeenshire after Scottish Ministers concluded their assessment of the council’s vision for the region. This marks the near completion of a four-year process of identifying how housing and busin

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Work on an £8.5 million sports village in Banchory could begin in the summer after Aberdeenshire Council granted planning permission for the development. The new Banchory Sports Village at Hill of Banchory, which has been in the pipeline for years, will include a six-lane swimming pool suitable for

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Six contractors have secured a place on Aberdeenshire Council’s £125 million main contractor framework. Robertson Group, along with Kier Construction, McLaughlin & Harvey Construction, Morgan Sindall, Morrison Construction and Northstone (NI) have all been named on the three-year framework.

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The £250 million Aberdeen City Region Deal agreement was officially signed today, paving the way for investment in infrastructure across the region. The terms of the deal commit both the UK government and Scottish Government to jointly investing up to £250m whilst Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeensh

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Plans have been submitted to transform a derelict petrol station site between Aberdeen and Stonehaven into a garden centre, restaurant and shop. Drumoak-based developer McDonald Properties wants to build on the old filling station off the A90 at Hillside, near Portlethen.

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Plans for a 1,000 home expansion of Peterhead have been given the green light by Aberdeenshire Council. A masterplan to create a new village of more than 1,100 properties at South Ugie on the outskirts of the town also includes a raft of new businesses, shops, a health centre and a primary school.

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Plans for an £80 million golf course development in Aberdeenshire backed by American golfer Jack Nicklaus have been approved by councillors for a second time. Aberdeenshire Council first approved an application by FM Group for a “world class” golf course near Stonehaven, designed by golfing leg

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McLaughlin & Harvey has been appointment by Peterhead Port Authority to help carry out the strengthening and deepening of the north east port. Alongside joint venture partner Boskalis Westminster, the Peterhead Scheme 2 project also entails land reclamation with revetment, widening of the harbou

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Aberdeenshire Council has approved plans for a new gas to energy project in Banchory. Councillors on the policy and resources committee approved a contract to explore and develop a microgeneration project at the Crow’s Nest landfill site. The project will turn gas produced by the site into energy

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