Plans for a major expansion of an Aberdeen shopping centre have been lodged.
Proposals for the Bon Accord Centre seek planning permission in principle for 8,500sqm of new retail and food and drink space to the north of the shopping complex.
BMO Real Estate Partners, owner of the Bon Accord and St Nicholas Shopping centres, said they have the opportunity to make the site the “pre-eminent city centre retail, leisure and go to location”.
The plans also include demolishing Santander and Co-op buildings on George Street to make way for new shops and a hotel.
George Street and Loch Street would become “proper, high quality pedestrian priority spaces” under the newly lodged proposals.