Fresh plans for dozens of flats near an Aberdeen hospital have been submitted to the city council.
CALA Homes (North) has unveiled a fresh proposal for a development at May Baird Avenue, within the grounds of the former Royal Cornhill Hospital.
In January, the firm proposed an application for 36 one and two-bedroom flats at the site, but subsequently withdrew the scheme.
They have now come back to the drawing board with scaled down plans for 32 flats – eight of which would be affordable.
The land on which the flats would be built is in the ownership of NHS Grampian.
The new proposal comprises 32 apartments, four fewer than previously proposed, with the vehicle access point relocated to ensure traffic does not enter via May Baird Avenue.
The flats are situated further away from neighbouring buildings and a landscaping buffer is now in place between existing homes and the new properties.
Mike Naysmith, managing director of CALA Homes (North), said: “We have carefully considered feedback from local people and other key stakeholders and have updated our plans accordingly.
“We believe that this development will bring much-needed high-quality apartments to the city centre, built to CALA’s very high specifications and standards.
“As well as enhancing and enriching the area, these plans will potentially allow the NHS to reinvest funds from the sale of the land into health services in Grampian. We look forward to the council’s decision in due course.”