Plans to expand the Bon Accord and St Nicholas centres have been granted planning permission in principle by Aberdeen City Council. Councillors agreed with the local authority’s planners who recommended approving the redevelopment which will see the facility extended by around 8,500 sq m to includ
Council planners have backed proposals to expand the Bon Accord and St Nicholas shopping centres in Aberdeen. Developers BMO Real Estate Partners have applied to expand the facility out to George Street to encompass nearly 9,500sq ft of shops, offices and restaurants and food outlets.
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
Plans have been submitted for 138 affordable urban homes in four blocks of flats at St Machar Road in Aberdeen. The proposals have been put forward by Robertson Partnership Homes and Grampian Housing Association.
Plans to develop the former Triple Kirks site in the heart of Aberdeen into a world-class new accommodation facility for academics have been approved. The derelict church has lain empty for many years, and the 13-storey project will include 175 studio flats and 166 en-suite rooms.
Revised plans for a housing and retail development on the outskirts of Stonehaven have been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council. The new proposals for the Mill of Forest site include the delivery of a new supermarket, community facilities, employment land, a hotel and 500 homes, 125 of which will be a
New imagery of Aberdeen’s £107 million Marischal Square transformation has unveiled the type of building materials which will be used for the project. A special showcase event in the city by developer and urban regeneration specialist Muse Developments revealed that two-thirds of the mixed-use pr
Plans to develop the former Triple Kirks site in the heart of Aberdeen into a world-class new accommodation facility for academics have now been submitted. Dandara had originally proposed to develop the building into offices but opted to create 337 units for students earlier this year due to a chang
Plans for a multi-million attraction to celebrate Aberdeen's connection with granite could be turned down over the removal of trees. Planning permission to create a heritage centre at Rubislaw Quarry could be rejected if 12 trees are axed.