Plans have been lodged for a new takeaway in Aberdeen city centre.
Proposals submitted to Aberdeen City Council seek permission for the change of use of the premises at 5 Dee Street.
It is thought the building was previously occupied by Delibites and operated as a takeaway with a restricted menu.
But it is now hoped permission will be granted to expand on the previous use and provide a full hot food takeaway.
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As well as the change of use of the premises, permission is also sought to “install an extraction system” to prevent adverse impact on the neighbourhood.
Planning documents state: “The proposed development will see the creation of a hot food takeaway from an existing restricted hot food outlet.
“The new unit will feature the highest specification odour/ heat extraction system which will address any concerns regarding these issues.”