Dundee City Council is to spend more than £1.6 million on projects in the city, including providing new electric car charging points in Broughty Ferry.
A total of £816,000 is to be invested in a Dundee Go Ultra Low charging centre in Queen Street.
The demolition of the former Baldragon Academy will cost £756,855 while £71,765 will be spent on playground improvements at Dens Road Primary School.
St Mary’s Primary is to have a lintel replaced at a cost of £19,254.
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Meanwhile, it was also agreed that another £577,000 would be spent to replace windows at St John’s High School, refurbish the cafe at Douglas Community Centre and convert a former biology laboratory at Craigie High School into a new computer suite.
The spending was approved by members of the council’s city development committee.