Proposals for an extension at a north-east supermarket have been approved by council bosses.
Morrisons applied to expand its Peterhead store so it could set up a base for its shopping delivery service.
The steel extension would be green and white and would include a covered vehicle area.
Supermarket bosses said 28 car parking spaces would be lost as a result of the changes.
A report by Aberdeenshire Council said the extension is “modest in scale” and would be an adverse impact on the surrounding area.
It said: “The proposed extension is modest in scale and in keeping with the sites current use. In terms of its design, the scale of the extension is acceptable. The colour of the covered vehicle area is also acceptable.
“In conclusion, the proposed development is acceptable subject to the condition regarding external finish on the extension. The siting will in principle have no adverse impact on the visual amenity of the site or adverse impact on residential amenity.”
The Morrisons store on Queen Street is built on the site of Peterhead Football Club’s former home Recreation Park. They bought the stadium in 1997.