An Aberdeen fashion store could be transformed into a bank after a planning application was submitted to Aberdeen City Council.
The former Gap shop in St Nicholas Street could soon be the home of a TSB branch with planning permission being submitted for a new shop front entrance, and the installation of 3 ATMs.
A TSB spokesperson said: “We have exciting plans to bring better banking services to the people of Aberdeen.
“This underpins our commitment to the area and we look forward to strengthening our partnerships with the local community.”
Aberdeen City Council added that they did not expect any issues with the proposals.
A spokesperson said: “We have been advised that these proposals do not give any unforeseen issues and would be suitable and have no adverse effect on the building or its surrounding area.”
The council added that the building had a distinctive granite-hewn style and there would be no changes to this in the new plan.
They said: “The former Burton building is a particularly significant part of this group of connected buildings.
“The use of very pale granite is unusual as are the bronze panels which are more commonly found in Glasgow.”