A Holyrood committee will visit Aberdeen on Monday to discuss the impact of Brexit on the north-east.
The Scottish Parliament’s finance committee will meet with representatives from more than twenty organisations from across the region.
In a day-long session, MSPs will discuss topics including the economy and employment and the North Sea downturn.
A formal, public meeting of the committee will be held from noon in the council chambers at the town house on Broad Street.
The meeting will include scrutiny of the Scottish Government’s draft budget for 2018/19 with finance secretary Derek Mackay expected to give evidence.
Bruce Crawford MSP, convener of the committee said: “We have had a terrific response from a whole range of businesses and organisations who want to engage with us to make sure we’re aware of the particular challenges facing the north east as Brexit approaches.
“It is important that we hear from these people first hand on how the impact of Brexit on the Scottish Budget will affect them directly.”
Members of the public can watch the formal committee meeting in the afternoon.
Tickets can be booked in advance, and will be available at the door – contact parliament’s visitor services on 0131 348 5200 or freephone 0800 092 7600.