Dundonians are invited to have their say on the Western Gateway development as part of a public consultation.
The blueprint is coming under scrutiny weeks after plans were approved for 44 new homes to be built at West Green Park South on Dykes of Gray Road.
City development convener Lynne Short welcomed the opportunity for locals to give their views.
She said: “It’s an opportunity for those in the area to get across their thinking about the development, whether they are residents or community groups such as the James Hutton Institute which has land there.
“It’s about getting the local community involved so they know everything is not happening in isolation.”
She added: “The Western Gateway has a growing community so we’re finding out what people want in the area. I know the people who live out there love it and there’s a cafe there now.
“You can have an elderly person and a family living next to each other so there’s a mix of people and this consultation is a roadmap for the future as well as showing the community what the plans are.”
Lochee councillor Michael Marra said: “It has taken far too long to produce but I am glad that we finally have something in public to consult residents on.
“There are hundreds of houses springing up in the Western Gateway and the new residents are asking for clarity on when the community facilities will be delivered.”
The consultation runs until April 2.