Plans have been lodged to create a new public garden in a north-east town.
The proposal for the new space is part of a project to transform a vacant shop on Fraserburgh’s High Street.
The vacant unit would be restored which a new frontage and double glazing windows and doors.
According to documents included as part of the application a new link would be formed at the shop giving access to the garden and Cheers Bar.
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Dennis Forsyth who owns the vacant shop and the pub on Broad Street is behind the project and it is part of the Fraserburgh 2021 regeneration scheme.
A design statement for the scheme said: “The creation of a pend and through access to Cheers provides the unique opportunity to establish a publicly accessible garden in the midst of a built-up town centre area.
“As well as providing an attractive enclosed outdoor area, this proposal forms a new commercial asset, with potential for Cheers and 17-19 High Street retail unit to combine as a major business within a town centre that requires further investment in its ongoing regeneration.”