An overwhelming majority of people have voted in favour of bringing a landmark clock back to the centre of Lochee.
A whopping 92% of respondents to a council survey said they would like to see a new timepiece to replace the one which stood for decades in the heart of the area.
And the most popular location for the landmark was outside the health centre, opposite the TSB, where the old clock once ticked.
A total of 586 people responded to a survey run by In Your Neighbourhood Lochee, which is run by council community workers.
Of those, 540 people said they would like to see a new clock installed, with only 42 saying no.
Asked where they would want to see the clock placed, 298 respondents said they would like to see it outside the health centre, 177 said outside Weaver’s memorial and 90 people said at the junction between the High Street, Methven Street and Bright Street.
A majority of 263 people said they would like a similar design to the old clock, while 165 preferred an old-fashioned look and 133 were in favour of a more modern design.
Meanwhile, 351 respondents said they would like to see a new clock as well as some sort of memorial.
A council spokeswoman said: “We are looking at the results of the consultation.”
The old clock was removed nine years ago for High Street works but was never returned.
A freedom of information request later revealed it had been damaged.
Discussions over replacing it have been ongoing for several years, but have not yet come to fruition.
A new Lochee clock was included in the list of options for the Dundee Decides community fund, but voters opted to spend £150,000 on other projects.
Lochee councillor Alan Ross said: “I am pleased with how many people have engaged with the consultation. We have always said if the people of Lochee want to get a clock then we’d be happy to see that happen.”
Myles McCallum, who sits on the Lochee Community Regeneration forum, said: “In my opinion, it shows you a lot of people in Lochee are quite passionate about the clock.
“I think it is good the council is doing this consultation and the more the council and people work together the better that things will be.
“Asking the community what they think is brilliant. I would love to see more of that.”