Plans for a drive-thru cafe at a retail park close to a notorious roundabout have been approved by the local authority.
Lodged by Herbel Northern Ltd, the proposal for a new cafe with a drive-thru was submitted in January, with Aberdeen City Council giving the green light to the plan.
It is not clear which eatery will be moving into the unit at the Haudagain Retail Park.
However, in the decision notice issued, Aberdeen City Council imposed a number of conditions on the developers.
Before any work will be allowed to start on the site, a detailed tree protection plan must be submitted to the local authority, to ensure there won’t be any unnecessary damage to nearby greenery.
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A report of measure, which will be employed to control the smell coming from the restaurant, will also need to be submitted before the building can be occupied.
Conditions surrounding landscaping and pedestrian access were also handed down as part of the agreement to grant permission.
The developer was also asked to ensure a proposed bin store was created before the cafe came into use.
The notice, which was signed off by Development Management manager Daniel Lewis, said: “The proposed use would have no demonstrable adverse impact on residential amenity.
“Conditions can ensure that the residential amenity of nearby property is protected, through provision of bin storage and treatment of cooking odours, thus addressing Aberdeen Local Development Plan policies.”
The approval is the latest in a line of work to the roundabout, including plans for a major housing development and a revamp of the junction.