Angus Council is inviting Carnoustie residents to help shape the future of the town.
It has been chosen for a design charrette a locally-driven, intensive consultation programme that aims to empower residents and give them a voice in the future of their home town.
Angus Provost and Carnoustie councillor Helen Oswald said: “This is a golden opportunity for every member of our community to have a say in the future of our town.
“We can influence how we get a town centre fit for the 21st Century and for the needs of its residents.
“I would urge everyone to get involved.”
The charrette has been commissioned by Angus Council, with support from the Scottish Government and follows hard on the heels of a similar process in Brechin.
Carnoustie Community Council and the Carnoustie Development Group have collaborated in its development.
It takes place all week until next Monday and includes a number of planning and design workshops at Carnoustie Golf Hotel, where the public will be able to join designers and specialists to prepare a long-term vision, development framework and action plan for the town centre.
There will be an opportunity to join an informative walk about the town with the charrette team. The ideas will then be developed into plans and drawings.
The workshops will be led by Carlogie Limited, which will bring together a team of planners, architects and other specialist staff from Malcolm Fraser Associates, Brunton Design Studio, Fairhurst and NWP.