More than 100 people have voiced their opposition to plans for three new restaurants near the site of the Kingsford Stadium.
CAF Properties (SABC) has asked Aberdeen City Council for permission to build three food and drink units on land near Ardene House Veterinary Hospital in Kingswells.
Two of the units would be used by drive-thru customers as well as those sitting in.
The applicant has not yet said which companies would occupy the units.
The application was considered at a meeting of Kingswells Community Council (KCC) on Monday.
Afterwards, KCC secretary Ian Cox said: “We will be objecting to the application.
“One of the reasons is because of the issue of access to the vets.”
In a letter to the local authority, KCC said: “The access to the vet from Kingswells will be via the AWPR roundabout.
“At peak times this will significantly increase travel times and could have significant effects on a sick pet.”
Mr Cox also said he believes the scheme would contradict an area masterplan.
“We worked with Prime Four to develop a masterplan for that site,” said Mr Cox.
He added: “It was all supposed to be high-quality, high-class type buildings, and we don’t think this fits into that.”
A report sent to the council on behalf of the applicants said: “The sale of food and drink for consumption on the premises would serve Prime Four workers, Kingswells’ residents and people working at and visiting the new Aberdeen Football Club stadium – all within easy walking distance of the site.”
KCC said it is concerned the safety of football fans could be at risk if large numbers of them walk along the A944 from Kingswells park-and-ride to the stadium, as they might spill out on to the road.
“Approval of this application could have major implications to the safety of football fans,” its letter to the council adds.
No Kingsford Stadium, a group opposed to the new football ground, has said the charity it has set up, called West Aberdeen Environmental Protection, will formally object to the application.
“These drive-thru outlets are another gateway application, an attempt by developers to get a further foothold on greenspace in order to develop the north and south sides of the A944 from Kingswells to Westhill.
“The threat to the green belt and green space around the communities of West Aberdeen is significant and the A944 corridor is subject to multiple development proposals.”
Two people have formally supported the application – including Ardene House Veterinary Hospital director Mark Bayliss, who said: “I welcome the addition of a local amenity.
“At present there is little variety or availability of food at lunchtime.
“This new food outlet area will be a welcome addition for all local staff and people using the new bypass.”
CAF Properties (SABC) declined to comment.
Its report to ACC said: “The proposed development makes a positive contribution to the land use mix in the Kingswells area, with the provision of new facilities and the creation of new employment opportunities.”
The council is aiming to make a decision by September 29.