Plans have been revealed to demolish a former electronics store and build a new drive-thru beside a notorious Aberdeen roundabout.
The proposals would see the closed Maplin and Carphone Warehouse shop at the Haudagain Retail Park torn down and the site redeveloped.
The retail park is already home to a KFC drive-thru.
It is not known whether the new development, if approved, would house a fast food or coffee business.
Coogan and Company Architects has submitted plans to Aberdeen City Council on behalf of Herbel (Northern) Ltd.
However, the firm has also launched a similar application for the same site for a change of use to a “family restaurant”.
When approached by the Evening Express, Coogan and Company said it had no one available to comment on the plans.
In planning documents submitted by the firm it said the new proposed development would not impact on parking at the retail park, which has 69 spaces.
The plan says: “The proposed development would involve the demolition of the existing non-food retail unit and the construction of a new cafe.
“The unit is one of four on the Haudagain Retail Park, on Great Northern Road, Aberdeen.
“Two of the remaining three units are occupied by non-food retailers: one unit is an American Golf shop and the second is a HSL specialist chair store.”
The council requested the firm carry out a study into the parking at the retail park, which was carried out by Andrew Carrie Traffic and Transportation (ACTT).
It has claimed the car park was never more than 50% full when the survey was carried out and the proposals should be given the go ahead.
Carphone Warehouse was not available for comment.