Plans to revamp a rural primary school have proved controversial.
Perth and Kinross Council wants to refurbish the B-listed Longforgan Primary, as well as replacing the dining room and a previously-built extension.
It is part of an ongoing five-year education transformation programme.
A planning application has been lodged to upgrade Longforgan, which has been hailed by backers as an example of the council’s commitment to provide fit-for-purpose schools but has attracted criticism from some residents.
Four objectors have said the design by ECD architects is not in keeping with the rest of the village and is too big for the site.
But the plans have been welcomed by the parent council, while it is hoped the new school hall will be opened for community use outside teaching hours.