Permission has been granted to build houses on the site of two former Dundee multis in the heart of the Hilltown.
Seven homes will be built where the Derby Street blocks (Bucklemaker and Butterburn Court) once stood on Strathmartine Road.
Collective Architecture in Glasgow is the firm which applied to Dundee City Council for permission.
The housing will consist of seven three-storey, terraced dwellings.
The properties are part of a wider development of 163 houses on a site which is bounded by Derby Street, Hill Street, Strathmartine Road and Harcourt Street.
The multis were demolished by the council in June 2013.
They stood in the city for 40 years, having been handed over to the local authority by builders in 1973.
The 22-storey blocks, which once housed 374 flats, were the tallest buildings in the city before they were demolished.
An exclusion zone was set up, closing off 20 surrounding streets, when they were blown up.