FIFE Council are on board with plans for a car park at the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum at Lathalmond.

They've approved a retrospective application which has seen the number of spaces increase at the visitor attraction, at the M90 Commerce Park, from 25 to 60.

The car park was already in place, the applicant didn't know planning permission was required, but now the paperwork is in order too.

Two letters of objection were received which raised concerns regarding residential amenity, road safety, flooding and the impact on the natural environment.

The council said the proposal had been revised and the car park will be served from the existing access road at the entrance to the business park, off the B915.

There will be no access from the A823.

A council report said the nearest house was 400 metres away and decided the car park would not have a "significant detrimental impact" in terms of noise, dust, traffic fumes or loss of privacy.

The museum is set in a 49-acre site and houses over 100 vintage buses, as well as trains, a horse tram and other exhibits.

It re-opens to the public on April 2.