Councillors have approved plans to for more than 500 homes to be built in Aberdeen.
Councillors have backed plans for more than 500 homes in an Aberdeen community.
Councillors will discuss the application at a meeting of the planning development management committee on Thursday.
Almost £3 million could be invested in improving facilities in an Aberdeen community if a new housing development is approved.
A proposed residential development in Bridge of Don could be the first in Scotland to use hydrogen to power homes, if planning consent is granted.
Plans for a major housing development in an Aberdeen community are to go under the microscope when the city council’s planning development management committee meets next week.
A proposed Aberdeen development of more than 500 homes could bring £100 million of new investment if it is approved.
A meeting is to be held ahead of a decision on whether to approve plans for more than 500 homes in a city community.
Residents have voiced their views on plans to build more than 500 new homes in their community.
A developer hoping to build more than 500 new Aberdeen homes has been asked to consult more people about the project.
As well as 500 to 600 homes, the plans include a new recycling centre, shops, eateries and community facilities.