The public is to be invited to have a say on a proposed major development on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Developers of the Prime Four business park will hold a public consultation on August 31.
Plans for the fourth phase of development at Kingswells changed earlier this year to a “mixed use” facility.
New proposals by owners of the park Drum Property group will now include shops and food outlets at the sprawling development at Kingswells.
The new application replaces the original one, which was for a business-only park.
This will be the fourth phase of the multi-million pound development which will be around the area of the Five Mile Garage on the A944 Kingswells to Westhill road.
Information boards will be on display at the consultation for people to see the plans.
Members of the public and community group will also be able to submit their views on the proposals put forward.
Representatives from Halliday Fraser Munro will be in attendance to answer any questions people may have about the new proposals.
If a planning application is submitted there will be an opportunity to make representations on that application to the planning authority at that time.
A spokesman for Drum Property Group said: “Prime Four is an extremely successful business location and is now firmly established as a major world energy centre and an award-winning development of both local and national economic significance.
“We now want to explore the potential of investing in additional services and amenities for the site which could include applications for retail, food and drink and other uses.
“We continue to work closely with the local community in the ongoing development of Prime Four, ensuring any future development meets local needs and positively impacts on the immediate and wider environment.”
The event lasts six hours from 1pm-7pm at the Prime Four Management Suite, Kingswells.