Residents in Tillydrone are being urged to have their say on a proposed new housing development in their area.
Aberdeen City Council is seeking views on proposals for 286 affordable houses and flats at the former Tillydrone and St Machar primary school and Aberdon House care home sites on Harris Road.
Members of the public were given the chance to comment on initial plans last year.
These have now been amended, taking their input on board.
Next week’s drop-in consultation event will give residents a further chance to comment before an application for planning permission is submitted.
The development would form part of the housing objectives outlined in the city council’s Strategic Infrastructure Plan (SIP).
In October, the council entered into a partnership deal with Places for People to deliver more than 2,000 new affordable homes in the city.
Aberdeen City Council leader, Councillor Jenny Laing, said: “I would encourage as many people as possible to come out and have their way on these plans.
“This council has ambitious plans to deliver a step change in the supply of housing and has agreed a partnership deal with Places for People to deliver on that pledge.
“We have recognised that there has been a shortage of low-cost accommodation in this city, which has been one of the primary reasons for difficulties we have had in recruiting key workers to the city in areas including education and health.”
David Cowans, Places for People chief executive, said: “Alongside Aberdeen City Council, we will deliver thousands of new homes for local people so it’s important local people have the opportunity to have their say.”
“The plans have already seen some revisions based on previous feedback and this latest consultation event will be a chance for the commuity to see the updated plans.”
The event will take place at St George’s Church, Tillydrone, on Monday, between 2pm and 7.30pm.