BUILDING work to transform a historic Aberdeen football ground into a housing development is expected start in autumn.
Scotia Homes said the firm hopes to start building work on around 60 homes at Cove Rangers FC’s former ground, Allan Park, within months if the full plans are approved.
And these are the first images showing how the residential development could look.
Scotia Homes hope to build flats on the site, which will include tenement- style accommodation.
The city council gave the go-ahead in November to a provisional agreement with Cove to move from its current ground, Allan Park, to a new facility at Calder Park in Nigg. The council vote will see the Highland League side enter into a ground lease with the local authority. The club will build a £5 million new stadium at Nigg, which would include a 500-seater stand with a capacity of 3,000 and an artificial pitch.