The exterior of one of Dundee’s most famous and prominent buildings is to be upgraded as part of the city’s £1 billion Waterfront development.
New LED-illuminated signage is to be installed on the south facade of the Caird Hall, the city’s century-old concert and event venue.
The writing, which will display the building’s name, will closely match that in place on the north side.
More ambitious plans to illuminate the entirety of the south facade have been put on the back-burner because of financial constraints.
The city council said the Grade-A listed building needed to be “enhanced” after the Waterfront development “opened up” the back of the building.
An application prepared by the council’s city engineer details the proposals, which have been passed by planning officers. The 50cm-high bronze letters will be positioned between the castellations.