Residents have chosen the name for a new health, community and housing centre in an Aberdeen’s Tillydrone.
They have chosen to call the new £6million facility the Tillydrone Community Campus, with three rooms named Donbank, Wallace and Riverbank.
A range of services including existing community organisations, council services for housing tenants, a library, creche and fitness halls will be included when it opens next year.
Council regeneration spokesman, Tillydrone councillor, Ross Grant said: “The Tillydrone Community Campus will perform an important role in the area by providing support and improve the quality of life for many residents, and it will also be a centre for fun and learning.
“The new facility is one of several transformational events for Tillydrone which are designed to help regenerate the area to show it is a great place to live and work, including a new school and additional affordable housing.
“It is a very exciting chapter for the project and the local residents now that the name has been chosen and the work is almost finished.”
Aberdeen City Council has committed £4.1million towards the complex, while a further £1.9m grant has been received from the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund.