Aberdeenshire

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Plans to convert a former furniture store in Banff into nine flats have been given the green light. The new development will transform the existing shop floor and roof space of the vacant Cruickshanks House Furnishers into a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.

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Aberdeenshire Council has formally accepted the offer of £20 million from the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund. The region’s bid - “Cultural Tides: North Sea Connections in Aberdeenshire” - focuses on the renovation and extension of Macduff Marine Aquarium and the deve

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The entire property and surrounding land of Knockderry Castle in Cove are to be sensitively restored after being purchased by a private individual from the United States. The Hospitality & Leisure division of Shepherd Chartered Surveyors, together with joint agents Strutt & Parker, have comp

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An iconic castle said to have inspired Walt Disney’s Cinderella Castle is 'pink again' as a major conservation project gets underway.

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The North East Local Flood Risk Management Plan which addresses potentially vulnerable areas in Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City, and Moray Council areas as well as the Cairngorms National Park area for the next six years has been published.

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Following final scrutiny by Scottish Ministers, and in line with a decision taken by Aberdeenshire Council on September 21 last year, the Aberdeenshire Local Development Plan 2023 has now been adopted.

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Plans for the first drive-thru Greggs in the north east have been approved, with the new bakery site set to be built in Westhill. A café will also be built with seating for 28 diners, so customers still have the option to sit in. if they wish.

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Cala Homes (North) has submitted planning applications to Aberdeenshire Council and Aberdeen City Council for two new proposed developments. The first site is at Conglass, Inverurie and would comprise 157 new homes. The development would be adjacent to the housebuilder’s first phase, The Grove

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