Plans to turn a disused bank into four new flats have been lodged with the local authority.
George Hadden Architectural Agent submitted the plans on behalf of David Ross.
If accepted, they would see the former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) building on Ellon Road, Bridge of Don, converted into four residential properties.
The building has sat unused since the bank shut last year.
Under the proposals, the ground floor would be turned into two two- bedroom flats, both with their own entrances.
A stairway would allow access to the first floor, which would be turned into two one-bedroom properties.
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Work would also include installation of rooflights, window openings and entrance doors, the replacement of the front door with associated alterations and car parking to the Links Road side of the building, which would provide space for six cars.