Councillors will consider plans to build a temporary visitor centre as part of a £375 million Aberdeen harbour expansion this week.
The proposed visitor centre would be sited in the south western corner of Walker Park in Torry.
It would be accessed from the north via a road leading to the north western entrance to the park. The centre will comprise a stand alone single-storey cabin.
In April, councillors unanimously approved a raft of new works around the Bay of Nigg, including road and drainage works, the creation of compound areas and the installation of cycle lanes and footpaths.
Councillors have been urged to back the plans for the visitor centre at their meeting tomorrow.
Harbour chiefs have said the work at Bay of Nigg will significantly expand the industrial capacity at the port and even potentially allow cruise liners to dock.
But members of the local community have raised concerns over the environmental impact of the expansion on the bay and also on neighbouring properties.