A new ski slope at Abedeen Snowsports Centre is set to get the green light from councillors.
Plans for the 68m-long ski run and tow lift at the Garthdee ski complex have been recommended for approval by officials.
One letter of objection has been received by the local authority from a nearby resident.
James Cutler, of Pitmedden Terrace, says it would be “total overdevelopment in a quiet residential area” and that there is “already insufficient parking provided for the existing facilities”.
However in her report to councillors, Dr Margaret Bochel said: “Whilst the ski lift columns and in particular the column at the top of the run would have a visual impact due to their height, this impact would not be unacceptable upon residential or visual amenity, and as such has been designed with due consideration for its context with the Aberdeen Local Development Plan.”
Members of the development management sub-committee will discuss the plans next Thursday.
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