An affordable housing development was opened in Banff this week by Aberdeenshire Provost Hamish Vernal as part of the Banff Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARs). The redevelopment of the gap site at Carmelite Street has been key in the wider regeneration of Banff town centre.
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
Aberdeenshire Council has submitted plans for the creation of 12 affordable homes within a conservation area in Huntly town centre. The application proposes the demolition of an existing joiner’s workshop at the site between Deveron and George Street to make way for two blocks fronting a courtyard
Aberdeenshire Council officers have been handed new powers to buy property in a bid to increase the supply of affordable housing and tackle homelessness. Councillors approved a proposal from director of infrastructure services, Stephen Archer, for new powers to fast track the acquisition of homes fr
Aberdeenshire Council is encouraging property owners in Stonehaven to carry out a 'health check' of homes and businesses. Stonehaven Town Centre Improvement Group has distributed a guide to households to help locals check if their properties require maintenance.
Two council housing developments in Aberdeenshire worth more than £8 million are back on track a year after the contractor for the works went into administration, the Aberdeen Evening Express has reported. Aberdeenshire Council said it expects to complete 54 affordable homes in Fraserburgh and Inve
A new regeneration strategy aimed at creating strong and diverse towns and vibrant, growing communities has been approved by Aberdeenshire Council. Previously Aberdeenshire’s Regeneration Strategy focussed the council’s whole regeneration budget of £400,000 on the Fraserburgh area.
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
A total of £60 million is to be invested into housing 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, including £533m for revenue and £100m for capital programmes.
The progression of a £16 million scheme to protect Stonehaven from future flooding is set to be approved by Aberdeenshire Council next week. The Stonehaven Flood Protection Scheme is designed to reduce risk in the lower catchment of the River Carron, which has badly flooded nearby homes and busines
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.
Work to increase Aberdeenshire Council’s supply of affordable housing has received an extra boost with an allocation of £3.2 million from council reserves, and over £200,000 from developer contributions. The funding, agreed by councillors on the policy & resources committee, will contribute