Controversial plans to transform a former public toilet building into a cafe could be approved by councillors this week.
Aberdeen City Council’s planning development and management committee will meet on Thursday to decide whether to grant Harry Miller’s application for the facility on the High Street in Old Aberdeen.
The side and rear walls would be demolished and a first floor extension put in place in the building, which was opened in 1932.
Many complaints revolve around proposed modern materials, including aluminium, being out of place.
A letter from the community council to the committee says the group is happy with the proposal to convert the “eyesore” into a cafe, but has concerns over the “visual presentation” so close to listed buildings.
A report to the committee states: “The proposed use of the building as a cafe would complement the existing uses of the surrounding area and would not cause any conflict with the amenity of the area.”