A public exhibition and meetings were held regarding a planned development that could see more than 3,500 homes built on the outskirts of Perth.
Various workshops and charrette discussions took place, with a public exhibition held in the evening at Huntingtower Hotel.
The Perth West proposal, if passed, could see around 3,000 homes built on land west of Broxden and also 200 houses on land between Broxden and Cherrybank.
A spokesman for John Dewar Lamberkin Trust, one of the landowners involved in the proposal, said: “A charrette is a design workshop that encourages local people to come together and work collaboratively to develop a vision and a design solution for their area or for a particular site. It typically results in a development framework or a regeneration plan for an area.”
He said the trust would support communities and listen to their ideas and opinions gathered from feedback at the charrettes, which are being attended by representatives from the Scottish Government, council and landowners.