Plans to redevelop the site of a historic Dundee bottling plant are set to go on public display.
Earlier this year, the Tele revealed that the former Stewart’s Cream of the Barley building, near Scott Fyffe circle, could be demolished to make way for 90 homes built by developer Persimmon Homes.
The Stewart House site owner, Bruce Linton, said the building was “all but vacant” and structurally unsafe.
The plans are now set to be exhibited publicly at St Ninian’s Church House on Kingsway East between 3pm-7.30pm on Thursday November 30.
Details of the development, along with “indicative concept proposals” showing how it could look, will be on display.
In addition, representatives of Persimmon will be on hand to answer any questions.
The event is taking place ahead of an application to build on the site being submitted to the city council, in line with local planning policies.
As such, feedback forms will be available at the event, while comments from those unable to come can be submitted directly to planners Emac Planning until December 15.
The Stewart House plans could be worth as much as £10 million, and would see the homes built directly across from Kingsway East fire station.
The site would also be sandwiched between existing housing.
However, local residents next to the site have previously said they would not be opposed to the development — as long as the housing is affordable.
It is not the first proposal to rebuild on brownfield sites on the Kingsway East in recent months.
Just yards along the road, a £7m plan to build a Lidl, Costa coffee outlet, restaurant and industrial units was approved in June, despite being recommended for refusal by planning officials.
That development will be built on the former ABB plant site.
That site, which produced electrical transformers, has been out of use for more than a decade following the factory’s closure in 2002 — which took more than 100 jobs away from the area — and its subsequent demolition.