Residents have been urged to make their voices heard to shape the next local development plan for Aberdeen.
People have been asked to submit their views on Aberdeen City Council’s Main Issues Report that sets out the planning policies for five years.
The 2022 Aberdeen Local Development Plan identifies how land is used and determines what could be built where.
Members of the public have been asked to comment on 12 main issues identified in the report.
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They are living in the city centre, a 24-hour city, visitor attractions, minimum internal space standards for residential developments, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, low and zero carbon generating opportunities and water efficiency, heat networks, west end office area, housing for the elderly and accessible housing, residential care facilities, student accommodation and houses in multiple occupation.
Councillor Marie Boulton, planning development management committee convener, said: “We’re keen to hear from residents, landowners, developers and other interested parties on how we can best grow our city.”
A number of drop-in sessions will be held next week on the plans.