The plans for the new link road have gone on display at the Henry Rae Centre in Middlefield, and show the land continuing to host housing, despite being bound on all sides by major roads.
Commenting Mr McDonald said:
“The plans for the new road demonstrate the continued commitment from the Scottish Government to address the difficulties at the Haudagain Roundabout, I hope that residents will take the opportunity to view the plans and offer their feedback on them.
“It is now imperative that Aberdeen City Council bring forward their proposals for the triangle of land that will be left bound by the three major roads. The residents who occupy the properties in this area deserve to have some certainty regarding their future.
“There also needs to be ample opportunity for the community to have their say on any proposals the council bring forward, and I hope that as well as bringing forward plans at as early a stage as possible, the council will also allow a suitable period for genuine consultation with the community so that they are able to offer feedback on what is proposed.”