Developers are set to answer questions about a £68 million project to build hundreds of flats at a public meeting tomorrow.
Canadian firm Carttera has applied to Aberdeen City Council to build 299 flats as well as a gym, function room and promenade on land adjacent to Rubislaw Quarry in Hill Of Rubislaw.
If permission is granted, a bistro featuring an exhibition on the history of the quarry would also be built.
A public meeting will take place at 7pm tomorrow at Harlaw Academy on Albyn Place and the developers will be there to answer questions.
The consultation event has been organised in association with Craigiebuckler and Seafield Community Council.
Hazlehead, Queen’s Cross and Countesswells councillor Martin Greig said: “It is good the community councils are making this effort to listen to the views of residents.
“Hopefully, the meeting will be well attended to share information and to gather comments.”
Carttera founder Jim Tadeson said: “There are many benefits to Aberdeen, from providing much-needed new rental housing, to opening up the quarry to the public for viewing along our quarry walk, to our heritage bistro and exhibits showcasing the history of the quarry and granite.”