Ryden LLP has submitted plans on behalf of Drumrossie Land Development Co Ltd to convert The East Neuk bar on King Street in Aberdeen into two residential flats.
Aberdeen City Council
Govan Housing Association has revealed it will suspend its agreed rent increase in light of the current coronavirus circumstances but rent rises at two north east local authorities will go ahead as planned. The 3% increase in rent which was due to commence for Govan Housing Association tenants from
Aberdeen City Council has approved plans submitted by First Endeavour LLP to build 92 new flats on Auchmill Road.
The former office of General Insurance Corporation Ltd in Aberdeen, which has lain vacant for three decades, is to be transformed into a block of three flats.
Aberdeen City Council has unanimously approved its housing revenue account budget that it said will bring major investment in existing stock and a commitment to delivering Gold Standard new homes.
Representatives from Aberdeen City Council, Scottish Fire and Rescue Scotland (SFRS) and Police Scotland are to accompany residents as they lead inspections in their own multi-storey buildings.
Aberdeen City Council is inviting landowners and developers have been invited to register their interest in providing high-quality council homes in the city.
Councillors in Aberdeen have agreed to adopt a ‘gold’ standard for new local authority housing as part of an ongoing programme to deliver 2,000 additional homes.
Seven local authorities from the north of Scotland gathered in Aberdeen last week to discuss plans to tackle homelessness.
The outlook for Aberdeen City Council's credit rating has been labelled 'negative' in its latest financial review.
First Endeavour LLP is preparing to submit plans to Aberdeen City Council for a new affordable housing development to the north of Peterculter.
Councillors in Aberdeen are due to discuss plans for the creation of a £110 million housing development in Bridge of Don.
The friendly bench project is an initiative is supported by ACVO in partnership with Aberdeen City Council which invites third sector organisations to claim and design a bench in the city to raise awareness of the support and services that they provide.
Councillors have approved a development programme for a new residential quarter in the heart of Aberdeen.
Planners at Aberdeen City Council have requested further consultation into plans for a housing development. Bancon Homes submitted a pre-application notice for the residential and retail development in the area to the south of North Deeside Road in Milltimber.