Residents are to be given the chance to have their say on a potential development of up to 100 homes in an Aberdeen community.
Developers have notified Aberdeen City Council they are exploring the possibility of building between 90-100 homes on Auchmill Road in Bucksburn.
The project has been put forward by First Endeavour LLP which is looking to build on land near the notorious Haudagain roundabout.
CBRE, agent for the plans, has tabled a proposal of application notice (PoAN) to the local authority that it intends to host a public consultation event.
The development would also see the former AM Phillip Trucktech garage, which closed last year, demolished.
It is not known what type of properties could be built at the site.
It follows plans lodged by First Endeavour LLP last year to build 283 council flats at Wellheads Road in Dyce in four five-storey blocks. The plans were approved last month.
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A spokesman for the developer said the planned homes for Auchmill Road would be affordable.
He said: “This is an exciting new development for affordable and low-cost housing with the First Endeavour portfolio of developments.
“We hope the residents can get behind the development following our successful application for the 300 council houses at Dyce.
“We are committed to developing affordable housing throughout Aberdeen.”
Letters have been sent to Bucksburn and Newhills community council and residents of the community regarding the proposals.
A public consultation is set to take place in May but a date has yet to be confirmed.