More than 40 new homes are to be created as part of the latest phase of a major housing development.
Planning approval has been granted for 44 new properties on the three borders of Dundee, Angus and Perthshire.
The plans are part of developer Springfield Properties’ wider project to build an entirely new community at Dundee’s Western Gateway.
As part of the latest phase, 44 homes will be built on West Green Park South on Dykes of Gray Road.
Springfield has been carrying out the construction of its 595 house development in phases after it was approved in April 2015.
More than 100 families have already moved into homes at the Dykes of Gray development.
Plans are also in the works for a new nursery, a play area, retail space and offices.
A Springfield spokeswoman said: “Dykes of Gray village is proving popular with home buyers and already has more than 140 homes occupied.
“We have submitted plans to Dundee City Council for the next part of the development.
“The proposals include a mix of two, three and four-bedroom homes, a new primary school and plenty of open space and a play park. The consultation period for feedback on the proposals began in January.”
Dundee City Council is still to decide on planning approval for the additional facilities.
Dozens of homes have also been created by Persimmon Homes, with further developments in the works.
Exactly how the school campus will work has yet to be decided.
All three councils have started work which would see them share responsibility for the school.
The campus was added to the plans to allay fears of other local schools being overcrowded.
Springfield said the new school would be funded by the “roof tax” of £4,680 for each home built on the site that it was paying to the council.
While the school plan is still being discussed, Angus Council has confirmed it has no objection to the wider plan, which straddles the Dundee-Angus council borders.
Kate Cowey, service leader in planning and communities, said: “The current planning application is not considered to have a detrimental impact on the land use planning interests in Angus.
“The application does not raise any issues of strategic significance.”