A planning application has been lodged to turn a former technology store into two retail units – including a new supermarket.
The plans for the former PC World store on the city’s Hutcheon Street were submitted by Rapleys LLP on behalf of Lidl.
It is hoped that if accepted, the unit would be split into two spaces.
One of those would see a new Lidl discount supermarket created, and a second, smaller retail unit would also be available for rent.
The company taking over the second unit is still to be identified.
The site is currently occupied by charity Forces Support.
If proposals are accepted, it would be the sixth Lidl store to open in the city.