Plans for 300 Aberdeen homes at Royal Cornhill Hospital site
More than 300 homes could be built on the site of the former Royal Cornhill Hospital in Aberdeen.
Plans for the proposed development are due to come before city councillors at a meeting next week.
Councillors are being asked to pass plans to demolish part of the site to build 89 new houses and 198 flats. The proposals include 36 flat conversions.
Several objections have been made, with concerns over traffic congestion, parking and over-development.
Stewart Milne Homes, Barratt North Scotland and NHS Grampian are behind the proposals.