St Cyrus residents have told councillors to “stand firm” and kick Travellers off an illegal Mearns housing estate as scheduled.
The royal family’s commercial property arm delivered £329.4 million to Treasury coffers last year amid what it described as a “challenging and uncertain market”.
Aberdeenshire Council chiefs have warned a government planning ruling may not signal the end of the illegal North Esk Travellers camp at St Cyrus.
A giant Highland Perthshire wind farm has been ruled out by the Scottish Government after they said it would scar the landscape.
A council leader has promised to handle the impending eviction of a St Cyrus Travelling community as a "sensitive situation”.
Travellers given 10 months to leave after ministers refuse to give planning permission for St Cyrus site
Scottish ministers have refused planning permission for an unauthorised Travellers’ site at North Esk Park near St Cyrus.
A Scottish Government-appointed reporter has submitted findings of his investigation into the unauthorised Travellers’ site at St Cyrus.
Work on a £2 billion wind farm off the Fife coast will begin next year after the courts threw out a last ditch attempt to scupper the project.
Bird protection charity RSPB Scotland looks set to put another legal spanner in the works of three offshore renewables projects with the potential to inject hundreds of millions of pounds in to the economies of Tayside and Fife.
An Angus housebuilder may appeal to the Court of Session after a controversial housing bid was thrown out by Scottish Ministers.