Up to 85 new jobs could be created under plans for a £7 million revamp of Kingsway West Retail Park in Dundee.
Central to the plans by owners Land Securities would be the creation of a new Next Home and Garden store, which would replace the Next Home outlet.
The new store would be the first of its kind anywhere in Scotland and would see Next increase its workforce by 85 at the park in a range of full and part-time roles.
A total of four apprenticeships would also be created by the move to the new concept store.
The company also wants to redevelop the dated Pagazzi lighting store at the site and make the whole park a more modern facility.
One of the major hurdles the company is set to face is persuading councillors to lift a bulky goods restriction on retailers at the park.
The condition means shops at Kingsway West cannot offer items such as clothing for sale.
The Tesco Extra outlet operates under its own set of permissions and any changes to the status of the wider park arising out of the new application will not affect the store.
Land Securities will outline its investment plans for Kingsway West during public exhibitions at the park and at Overgate which it also owns later this week before they are lodged with Dundee City Council for consideration.
James Harbison of Land Securities said: “Building on our investment and success at Overgate, we recognise that Kingsway West now has an opportunity to play wider role in making Dundee an even better shopping destination.”
The public will be able to view the plans at the management suite at Kingsway West between 11am and 6pm on Friday and the Overgate the following day.