Aberdeenshire Council

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A new Aberdeenshire Community Food Fund has opened for applications. Aberdeenshire Council has made funds available to support local projects tackling food security in north-east communities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Scottish Government has granted an appeal against the refusal of planning permission for 64 new homes in Pitmedden. Kirkwood Homes had previous applications for the Bonnyton Farm site refused by Aberdeenshire Council in 2018 and 2019. 

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Aberdeenshire Council has set up a new strategy to respond to the financial crisis it is facing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.  Councillors have heard that the impact of COVID-19 will have serious consequences on the council’s budget for the next few years at a meeting yesterday

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Aberdeenshire Council has extended the online consultation on its Proposed Local Development Plan 2020 (LDP) until Friday, July 31. Following close monitoring of the consultation to-date and having listened to concerns raised by some stakeholders, the decision has been taken to extend the period by

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Aberdeenshire Council has said that it is currently dealing with £1.8 million in rent arrears as the coronavirus pandemic hinders people's ability to pay their rent. The council's communities committee discussed the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on housing rent management for tenants duri

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Glasgow-based David Williamson has submitted plans to build seven homes and a Co-Op on vacant land on Strawberryfield Road in Aberdeenshire's Westhill.

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Aberdeenshire Council is preparing to focus on an online means of public engagement as part of an eight-week consultation on its Proposed Local Development Plan 2020 (LDP). In light of social distancing measures, changes introduced though the coronavirus emergency legislation and guidance from the c

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Aberdeenshire councillors have been urged to prepare for significant changes to the local authority's financial plans, given the impact of responding to the coronavirus pandemic.   The full Aberdeenshire Council met remotely last Thursday to consider business items, with an agenda dominate

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