A local designer has revealed his dream vision for what Guernsey's Belle Greve Bay could look like, if money was no object.
Karl Dorfner is calling the graphics a 'what if experiment', following years of controversy over the site.
His plans for the east coast include a heliport, an amphitheatre, ferris wheel, playgrounds and docking points for cruise liners.
His designs also include a tram line, which would transport visitors to the site from town but also act as a public transport link between St Peter Port and St Sampsons.
Belle Greve currently houses the island's sewage network, but Karl's designs show his vision for its potential.
You can find more about the plans here.