Residents of a North-east town have been giving their reaction to plans for the new Dons stadium.
Aberdeen Football Club held a consultation event at the Holiday Inn, Westhill yesterday for the proposed stadium at Kingsford near the town.
Several exhibitions will be held across the North-east so fans and residents living close to the facility can see the plans and have their say.
The event brought up a range of views on the plans with some heated discussion throughout.
Sinclair Duncan, 68, a Westhill resident, said: “I think the new stadium is great.
“I am a fan but a resident as well and I don’t see any issues with it. The new facilities will be brilliant for the club as well as the community.”
Gayle Nelson, 41, said: “If the stadium goes ahead I will live 100 metres (328ft) away from it.
“The price of my house will probably by devalued as a result of the stadium.
“Who is going to pay for that?”
Security guards were in attendance at the event to ensure tempers remained calm throughout.
The next consultation will be held on Tuesday from 1pm to 8pm at Pittodrie then from noon to 6pm the following day in the Trinity Centre, and from noon to 5pm in the Central Library on Friday. On August 8, a further event will take place in Pittodrie from 2pm-8pm.