Dundee City Council is considering what action to take after a historic mill was knocked down without listed building consent, and will announce its decision next month.
Wallace Craigie jute works, a B-listed building, was demolished on May 12 due to “safety concerns” under a warrant obtained under building standards.
However, the process for tearing down listed buildings is different and therefore the proper permissions were not in place.
At a meeting of the local authority’s planning committee, Mike Galloway, executive director of city development, said: “Options for appropriate action are under consideration and a recommendation will be brought forward at the next meeting.”
Craigie Estates Ltd, part of the larger James Keillor Estates, said it was forced to bring the mill down due to safety concerns about its deteriorating state.