Proposals for a new £35 million housing development in the North-east have moved forward.
Aberdeen City Council has submitted a detailed planning application to build 369 residential flats at the former Summerhill Academy.
It comes after supermarket chain Morrisons had been granted planning permission to build on the Lang Stracht site following the demolition of the school in 2012, but the retail company pulled out in 2014 for commercial reasons.
The council’s plans for the development are part of continuing efforts to build 2,030 homes across the city as part of the local authority’s strategic infrastructure plan.
The development will involve a range of one, two and three-bedroom flats to rent for those on lower incomes. It will also include 296 car parking spaces.
Concerns had been raised by the public over the increased level of traffic in the area the plans could bring to the area at consultations earlier this year.