Council tenants are on course to be rehomed as part of improvements being made to Aberdeen’s Haudagain roundabout.
The city council is considering rehousing tenants in Logie Avenue, Logie Gardens, Logie Place and North Anderson Drive who would otherwise be surrounded by major new and existing roads.
Councillors will be asked to approve the major scheme next month.
The plans would form part of the £35 million regeneration programme Shaping Middlefield.
It includes projects such as a new community facility, 179 council homes, playpark upgrades, new green spaces and landscaping works as well as the new museum collection centre for the Art Gallery.
In March, officers carried out an extensive consultation with tenants in the Logie and North Anderson Drive area.
The majority preferred the option of having the existing houses demolished and being rehoused elsewhere.
Recommendations based on this feedback are being made to members of the council’s communities, housing and infrastructure committee on August 25.
Those tenants who are affected would be given the same priority status as residents being rehoused for the construction of the Haudagain bypass road.
Councillors are also being asked to approve a further community engagement exercise which would empower tenants to play a major role in shaping the “triangle site” for the future benefit of the community.
Construction of Transport Scotland’s £30m Haudagain scheme is due to begin before the end of 2017.