Aberdeenshire

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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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Alford Community Campus The development of the new Alford Community Campus and Noss Primary School have earned national recognition for raising the bar for considerate construction.

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Plans for a new £150 million mixed use development that will create a new town centre, with housing, retail, leisure and business facilities at Blackdog have been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council. If successful the development will create 600 new homes, including 150 affordable homes, to accommoda

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A total of £100 million is to be invested into capital programmes in Aberdeenshire as councillors agreed its budgets for the year ahead. A budget of almost £700m of funding for local services was agreed at a meeting of full council yesterday, also including £533m for revenue and £60m for housing

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Keith Brown Multi-million funding to take forward the design and construction of a new grade-separated junction at Laurencekirk on the A90 in Aberdeenshire has been announced by the Scottish Government.

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Council houses across Aberdeenshire are to receive an energy efficiency boost with the installation of solar panels. Councillors on policy & resources committee have agreed to issue a tender for works to install the panels on 1,200 council houses.

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Morrison Construction has been appointed to two new contracts within the education sector, worth a combined total of over £55 million. The Galliford Try business has been appointed as preferred contractor by hub South West Scotland on behalf of North Ayrshire Council for the £43.3m construction of

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Plans have been submitted for a 1,500 home development on the outskirts of a North-east village. The Aberdeen Evening Express reports that CHAP Group has lodged an application with Aberdeenshire Council for the new properties at Park Quarry near Drumoak. As part of the 1,500 homes scheme, 500 will b

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