Councillors will be asked to back plans to extend parking restrictions in the Garthdee area of Aberdeen this week.
More streets will be added to the controlled parking zone (CPZ) if the proposals are supported at a meeting of the local authority’s urgent business committee on Thursday.
The scheme is being funded by the Robert Gordon University (RGU) under the terms of a legal agreement with the council as part of planning permission for the new Riverside East building.
A report to the council committee says there has been an increase in demand for parking spaces in the area due to the expansion of the RGU campus.
It is expected that a continued rise in student numbers will put further pressure on surrounding streets.
Under the CPZ extension plans, residents and businesses would be offered two permits, one “flexible” and one “fixed”, which would be specific to a car registration.
The cost is currently set at £70 for residential permits and £500 for business permits.
The area to which the extension applies is bounded by Auchinyell Road, Garthdee Road and South Anderson Drive.
The urgent business committee will be asked agree to progress the normal public consultation and advertisement of a new traffic regulation order.