A cash machine firm has “proceeded at risk” by installing an ATM at a Dundee shop without planning permission.
The Balgay Convenience Store, in Blackness Road, reopened earlier this year as a Premier shop, having previously been run by Scotmid.
A cash machine has been installed by ATM firm Cardtronics Cashzone, which has now submitted a retrospective planning application to Dundee City Council.
However, if the application is rejected, the cash machine would have to be removed.
Planning agent Desmond Ager, who submitted the proposal, said it was company policy to install machines first where there appear to be no planning issues.
He added: “Cashzone is aware that it has proceeded at risk.”
Shop manager Kevin Mitchell previously told the Tele the cash machine had been a much-missed convenience and a “great loss” to the area when the Scotmid store closed in 2016.