Consultation details for Aberdeen FC’s new stadium have been announced.
Public exhibitions will be held in Westhill, Kingswells and the city centre late this month and in early August to showcase the plans for the arena in Kingsford.
As previously reported in the Evening Express, the events will allow the public to view the proposals before a formal planning application is submitted to the council later this year.
Three main consultation events will be held, on Tuesday, July 26 at the Fourmile House in Kingswells, Friday, July 29 at the Holiday Inn Aberdeen West in Westhill and on Tuesday, August 2 at Pittodrie Stadium.
These exhibitions will all run from 1pm until 8pm.
Additionally, pop up exhibitions will also take place.
These will be held on Wednesday, August 3 from noon to 6pm at the Trinity Shopping Centre, on Friday August 5 from noon to 5pm at the Central Library and on Monday August 8 between 2pm and 8pm at Pittodrie Stadium.
All the proposals will also be available to view on the club’s website from July 26.
Comments on the plans will be accepted until August 26 to give the club time to review them before forming an official planning application.