A number of roads in Dundee’s north-east are set to be stopped-up in order to accommodate a new housing development in the area.
Roads, footpaths and parking spaces in the area of Haddington Gardens in Whitfield will be curtailed to accommodate the new homes.
The plan will see a small parking area to the west of Dunbar Park blocked off, along with footpaths that line the open green space area that will soon host the development.
They include links between Haddington Avenue, Harvestfield Crescent and Dunbar Park.
The cost of stopping-up the roads and paths will be met by developer Merchant Homes, which is behind the plans.
Merchant Homes’s proposal was submitted to Dundee City Council earlier this year and approved at committee by councillors last month. Forty homes will be created on the existing greenspace, despite opposition from some local residents prior to its approval.
Neil Gellatly, Dundee City Council’s head of roads and transportation, will ask the council’s city development committee to approve the stopping-up order on Monday.