Objections can be made until next Friday into a bid to forcefully buy property and land from homeowners as part of a £26.4 million roads scheme.
Aberdeen City Council has made a compulsory purchase order (CPO) for around 100 plots of land as part of the Berryden Corridor Improvement Project.
The local authority already owns or controls about 80% of the land needed for the corridor.
Last year, ground investigations took place for the new road, which will stretch from the Skene Square roundabout to St Machar/A96 roundabout, and empty former garage buildings on Powis Terrace which will form part of the route were also demolished in 2017.
The multi-million-pound project involves widening the existing road and junction improvements between Skene Square and Ashgrove Road, and the construction of a new section of road between Ashgrove Road and Kittybrewster roundabout.
The new section of road would have junctions instead of roundabouts, except for the Kittybrewster roundabout which would remain.
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The CPO would come into effect only if confirmed by the Scottish Ministers.
A copy of the order and a map of the proposed affected land and properties can be viewed at Central Library, Cornhill Library, and Woodside Library, and online.
Any objections to the order must be made in writing stating the title of the order and the grounds of objection and addressed to the Scottish Ministers c/o Transport Scotland, Road Policy Team, Buchanan House, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow, G4 0HF by 21 December 2018.
It is expected that a planning application for the scheme would be submitted in 2019.