A local waterfront could be transformed by the construction of four blocks of flats.
Plans have been revealed for 177 properties, ranging from penthouse apartments to two-bedroom duplexes, at the southern end of the Esplanade in Kirkcaldy.
One 10-storey block would have commercial units on the ground floor, suitable for restaurants and artists’ studios.
Broughty Ferry developer Grant Road Properties outlined its proposal at a consultation event in the Philp Hall, when an artist’s impression of the buildings was shown.
Representatives of the developer and architect Norr Consultants said the development would be in three phases and include an L-shaped 10-storey block with the retail units on the ground floor.
Three smaller blocks would be built along the waterfront on land stretching from behind Morrisons supermarket to the Seafield picnic area.