A property developer has said it has met conditions for planning permission.
GSS Developments received conditional approval for the building of 15 industrial units in May last year.
The proposed development at the ABZ Business Park in Dyce, which would spread the units across two buildings, was originally put before Aberdeen City Council in 2016.
The council listed 10 different areas that would need to be addressed by the firm before building could take place.
GSS was required to demonstrate a link to nearby public transport, implement a green travel plan to move people away from the use of cars and the carrying out of a bird hazard plan, ensure the safety of wildlife.
Agent Halliday Fraser Munro has written to the council, stating that the conditions have since been met, and asking that one of the conditions, which would require a noise assessment should be scrapped.
The noise assessment was necessary to test levels that would be endured by office workers but the letter claims there is no need for an assessment.
The developer awaits a response from the council.