Aberdeenshire Council’s plans to invest more than £150 million in the delivery of affordable housing over the next five years have been published following positive feedback from the Scottish Government. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) outlines opportunities across the area
Grampian Housing Association’s plans to convert a disused Victorian school site in Royal Deeside into 24 affordable homes have been approved by councillors.
The Scottish Government has paved the way for the development of 121 homes in a coastal Aberdeenshire village. Barratt North Scotland had planned to deliver 109 houses and 12 flats on a site near Park Place in Newtonhill. A quarter of the properties are for affordable housing.
A decision on plans by the Trump Organisation to build hundreds of new homes in Aberdeenshire has once again been delayed by the local authority. Aberdeenshire Council said a planning application for 550 homes at the Menie Estate, near Balmedie, will now be considered later this year following the r
Proposals for more than 500 homes at Donald Trump’s north-east golf course have been recommended for approval despite planners claiming it “significantly breaches” legislation. Councillors on Aberdeenshire Council’s Formartine area committee are due to give their views on the
Aberdeenshire Council’s housing service aims to increase the supply of affordable housing as part of a new plan that includes continued improvements to existing properties and support for vulnerable people. The authority has been working with registered social landlords and private developers
Hillcrest Housing Association is set to create 91 new affordable homes in Stonehaven, bolstering Grampian's stretched housing provision.
A decision on plans by the Trump Organisation to build hundreds of new homes in Aberdeenshire has been delayed by the local authority. Proposals for more than 500 homes on a site within the Trump International Golf Links estate at Menie, near Balmedie, were due to be considered by Aberdeenshire Coun
A derelict building on Bridge Street in Banff is to be converted into three townhouses. The 49-53 Bridge Street project is being delivered as part of Aberdeenshire Council’s Banff Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS).
Barratt North Scotland has submitted an appeal with the Scottish Government over the refusal of planning permission for 121 new homes at Newtonhill The housebuilder had planned to deliver 109 houses and 12 flats on a site near Park Place in the Aberdeenshire village. A quarter of the properties are
Fresh plans by Grampian Housing Association to deliver affordable homes on the site of a former Deeside school have been lodged. The Association purchased this site with the desire to rejuvenate the C-listed Old School site in Ballater and provide 24 much-needed affordable homes.
Plans to invest more than £150 million to continue the development of affordable housing across Aberdeenshire over the next five years have been agreed. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) outlines opportunities across the area from 2019-2024.
Councillors have deferred a decision on plans to build 121 homes in an Aberdeenshire village amid concerns over local infrastructure. Barratt North Scotland had proposed the development of 109 houses and 12 flats on a site near Park Place in Newtonhill.
Four Aberdeenshire communities are the latest to benefit from the local authority’s new-build housing strategy with 50 new homes for rent being completed across the developments. A total of 22 flats and houses at Lyall Terrace, Laurencekirk, were recently handed over to Aberdeenshire Council b
Allan Clow A housing developer is challenging Aberdeenshire Council to repay more than £100,000 in developer obligations it claimed it was charged “erroneously”.