Aberdeenshire

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The Scottish Government has identified more than £30 million to deliver affordable housing throughout Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire over the next year. The £250m Aberdeen City Region Deal, which was announced in January, was accompanied by an additional £254m funding commitment from the Scottish Gov

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An event is being held to detail how small, medium and large local companies can bid for contracts as Aberdeenshire Council prepares an ambitious programme of upgrading 11,000 council homes. The 'Meet the Buyer Event' on Friday 19 August 2016 will take place at Aberdeenshire Council's headquarters l

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Plans have been approved for 120 homes on the outskirts of Fraserburgh, though with fewer affordable homes included than initially planned. Colaren Homes has entered into discussions with Aberdeenshire Council to lay the framework for an eventual 600-home expansion to the south of the town.

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The former Mearns Academy building in Laurencekirk is to be demolished and the site placed on the open market following agreement from Aberdeenshire Council. Councillors on the policy & resources committee agreed to dispose of the building but to retain the playing fields among a raft of decisio

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Scottish Water is submitting a planning application for a state-of-the-art Waste Water Treatment Works upgrade at its site in Inverurie. If approved, the work will be carried out by Scottish Water’s alliance partner Efficient Service Delivery (ESD), a joint venture between Galliford Try, MWH Treat

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A cousin of the Queen is due to go before the Supreme Court to bring an end to a legal dispute over a bill worth millions of pounds. The 4th Duke of Fife, David Carnegie, took Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils to the Court of Session over his plans to build a new town after they demanded contribut

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Stewart Milne has outlined plans to increase the number of homes being built at a development in Stonehaven due to market demands. The developer has approval to build 109 houses at the Carron Den at Mill of Forest Road but has been struggling to sell plots for large houses that can have up to five b

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A Springfield Properties development in Braemar has been named 2016’s Small Development of the Year at the Homes for Scotland awards. With 25 three and four bedroom homes set in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, the Middleton of Canmore development impressed the judges on their visit to th

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CHAP Group has offered to assist with the delivery of a new or upgraded bridge should its plans for a 1,500 home development on the outskirts of a North-east village get the green light. The developer lodged a planning permission in principle application with Aberdeenshire Council for the new proper

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Claymore Homes has unveiled plans to build hundreds of homes across three sites in Aberdeenshire. The Peterhead firm has tabled a proposal for a second phase of 31 properties at its Merryhillock housing scheme, to the west of Fraserburgh.

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Plans for an out of town supermarket in Aberdeenshire have been approved against the advice from planners. Applicant FM Ury submitted plans for a 3,750 square metre supermarket alongside a 50-bedroom hotel and restaurant and associated infrastructure at land at Ury Estate, Stonehaven.

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Plans for a £80 million golf course development in Aberdeenshire backed by American golfer Jack Nicklaus have been approved by councillors. FM Group’s Ury Estate development, near Stonehaven, will see a “world class” golf course, designed by golfing legend Nicklaus, as well as a clubhouse, ho

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