Aberdeenshire Council has published its Proposed Local Development Plan on which we would welcome your comments. It is a document that will shape the future of development in Aberdeenshire for the next 10 years. The closing date for representations is Friday May 8, 2015.
Two retrospective planning applications for an unauthorised Gypsy/Traveller site near St Cyrus were refused by councillors last week (Thurs, Apr 30). Following a 42-20 vote, the council supported a motion to follow officers' recommendations that both applications be refused.
Aberdeenshire Council offices will be closed on Monday, May 4. Chief Executive Jim Savege hopes Aberdeenshire residents enjoy the long weekend and wishes them a Happy Star Wars Day.
Construction of three new business parks close to Aberdeen International Airport will see thousands of staff joining the commute to the already busy commercial area.
Two retrospective planning applications for a gypsy/traveller site at St Cyrus and a proposal to permanently close Mackenzie Crescent in Peterhead were discussed a the meeting of the full Aberdeenshire Council held today (Thurs, Apr 30).
A study considering options for improving transport connections between Fraserburgh, Peterhead and Aberdeen is seeking public input to understand the problems faced by users of the corridor. An online questionnaire is running from today (Wed, Apr 29) until Fri, May 22.
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