Developers are launching £60 million plans to revive a vacant site in Aberdeen city centre. Levelling Up Real Estate wants to create a “buzzing hub of homes” on a huge patch of wasteland left empty for a decade.
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A bid to expand the Aberdeen village of Peterculter with 250 new homes has failed to gain the support of Aberdeen City Council. First Endeavour LLP had sought to build the new properties in the north of the community. The houses were designed by Halliday Fraser Munro to border Bucklerburn
The developers behind consented plans to transform the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) site in Hamilton into an ‘urban village’ have lodged new plans to increase the number of affordable homes in the development.
Housebuilder Claymore Homes has submitted plans to Aberdeenshire Council to build 800 homes, a new primary school and community facilities at South Ugie.
Plans to partially demolish Aberdeen’s Quattro House to make way for 96 new flats have failed to gain outline planning permission.
A planning application has been submitted for an expansion of the Aberdeen village of Peterculter first unveiled almost two years ago. The development boundary (Image by Halliday Fraser Munro)
Malcolm Allan Housebuilders has confirmed its plans for 89 new homes on the site of a former Aberdeen hotel.
Councillors have given the green light for a block of flats to be developed on the site of a former Aberdeen care home.
Council planners in Aberdeen have recommended that proposals for a block of flats to provide support for a charity are refused by the city’s planning committee.
Plans to partially demolish Aberdeen's Quattro House to make way for 96 new flats have progressed with the submission of an application for planning in principle.
A long-running planning saga regarding the redevelopment of a key development site on Leith Walk looks set for a successful conclusion for Drum Property Group. The company’s latest proposals for Stead’s Place, near the foot of Leith Walk, were today approved by the City of Edin
CALA Homes has submitted a new planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a development in partnership with the charity VSA.
Quattro House, an empty office building in the south of Aberdeen could be partially demolished to make way for new flats if plans submitted by Faro Capital are approved. The building, which was recently valued at £1.5 million, has lain empty since Petrofac vacated the premises in summer 2015 &
Plans to demolish three warehouses in Aberdeen to make way for 33 apartments have been recommended for approval by city planners. Councillors have been urged to conditionally approve the detailed proposals for Union Glen, as long as the developer signs a legal agreement to meet certain con
Two hotels in Aberdeen could be demolished to make way for hundreds of new homes in the city.