An application by Prosect Ltd will see the conversion of stables into a cricket farm to produce protein powder for human consumption.
NORTH-east suspected drugs deaths have risen in the first half of this year.
A lag in the reporting of test results from earlier this week is still affecting statistics, but NHS Grampian shows no signs of cases dropping yet.
The MP spoke of his shock after new figures revealed there have been 59 drug deaths across the region so far this year.
Concerns over cases requiring hospitalisation in younger age groups have raised concerns as Universities return.
Peterhead and the surrounding area continues to see rises, but other areas are starting to level off.
Levels have seen almost no drop since last year with over 700 deaths recorded nationally.
Both the pool and the sports centre will now operate at reduced hours to ensure proper staff coverage.
Peterhead and Kintore now top the table of case numbers for the last seven days.
Figures for cases in Aberdeenshire show no signs of any decline.
Testing continues to be offered at various locations for people who do not have Covid-19 symptoms.
They are urgently asking for the public’s support to ensure emergency admissions can receive the highest standard of care possible.