Dundee continues to have a “healthy and effective” supply of land for housing and employment.
Members of the city council’s planning committee will hear on Monday that there is available land of varying size and in a diversity of locations in the city.
In a report to the committee on the performance of the planning service provided by the city council, director of city development Mike Galloway said: “The figures in the national headline indicators demonstrate that Dundee City Council continues to have available a healthy and effective supply of housing and employment land of varying size, in a diversity of locations available within the city.
“The housing land supply exceeds the minimum five-year requirement.
“Allocating a healthy supply of employment land provides a focus that facilitates the delivery of jobs to support Dundee’s population and wider economy.
“Local development plan policies encourage existing and new businesses to invest with confidence in the city.”
Mr Galloway added: “The approval rate for planning applications has remained high at 92.7% which reflects the council’s aim to achieve a positive outcome for every application.
“We provided a high quality planning service over the year.”