An architect behind plans to rip down Aberdeen Indoor Market has claimed a proposed nine-storey tower in the city centre is “above anything the city has seen”.
The consultation event will be held on November 1, from noon until 8pm, at the former BHS site on Union Street.
Aberdeen's indoor market and former BHS store could be transformed under new plans.
Planners have approved an extension as part of wider proposals to revamp a shopping centre.
An application has been lodged to develop a vacant Aberdeen city centre building into shops, a cafe and a residential development.
An extension bridge has been proposed to create a new link to Union Street.
Plans have been lodged for a major transformation of Aberdeen’s indoor market and old BHS building.