Plans have been lodged to convert a historic Aberdeen building into an artisan gin distillery.
An application has been submitted to the city council asking for permission to convert one of the C-listed arches in Palmerston Road.
It has been lying empty since last year and was used as a clothing warehouse.
As well as space for distilling and producing gin, it is also proposed that visitors could tour the facility, attend tasting sessions and even make their own bottles to take away.
Steve Douglas, the architect behind the designs for the scheme, said he has been working closely with the clients to find the most suitable property and location for the proposed gin distillery.
He said they explored several options but after they viewed the arches, they felt this site offered the best setting for their business.
Mr Douglas added: “There will be tours where visitors can come and see how gin is made and we will offer the opportunity for people to make their own bottle of gin to their own recipe.”