Aberdeenshire Council's Local Review Body is to carry out a review into plans to build a block of flats behind a police station in Inverurie. Police Scotland submitted plans to build nine two-bedroom flats in a three-storey block on land next to the police station on Blackhall Road in Inveruri
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
Aberdeenshire Council successfully set its budget for 2020/21 yesterday, setting out its response to coronavirus and the commitment of the council to provide support to communities and businesses, to protect its workforce and to maintain essential critical services. This follows a meeting
Aberdeenshire Council is preparing its public consultation as part of an eight-week consultation on its Proposed Local Development Plan 2020 (LDP). The authority formally agreed its Proposed LDP earlier this month and will submit its proposals to Scottish Ministers for examination later this year, f
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have agreed to investigate a potential move to a choice-based lettings approach for allocating housing.
Aberdeenshire Council's LDP has revealed that housing allowances for 2020-2032 will increase to 10,214, a rise of 1,879 homes.
Aberdeenshire Council has set its Council Tax and housing rents for the new financial year as it prepares to fund “vital” services and new infrastructure.
Seven local authorities from the north of Scotland gathered in Aberdeen last week to discuss plans to tackle homelessness.
Work is being undertaken to remove asbestos from 160 council-owned homes in Aberdeenshire. The substance was found as Aberdeenshire Council initiated a modernisation programme for the homes.
Councillors have approved plans for 27 new homes in the Aberdeenshire village of Sauchen.
Aberdeenshire Council has appointed Paul Macari as its new head of planning and environment. Mr Macari previously served for three years as the council’s principal developer obligations officer.
Plans have been submitted to demolish the former function suite of The Kintore Arms Hotel in order to build a block of flats.
Plans by Police Scotland to build flats on the grounds of an Inverurie police station have been refused by Aberdeenshire Council. The force had lodged plans to build nine two-bedroom flats within a three-storey block inside land by the station on Blackhall Road.
Langstane Housing Association is now part of the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) ‘Social Housing Digital Champions Network’. Joining the ‘North Cohort’, Langstane now sits alongside Aberdeenshire Council, Osprey Housing, Castlehill HA, Lochaber HA, Or
Aberdeenshire Council misses Gypsy/Travellers site compliance deadline but makes homelessness and services improvements
Aberdeenshire Council has missed another deadline for meeting the Scottish Government’s minimum standards at one of its sites for Gypsy/Travellers but has delivered service improvements for people who are homeless.