A former bank which controversially closed its doors earlier this year is to go up for auction.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) shut down its branch on Albert Street, in Stobswell, in June.
The move left the area with no local bank, following the previous closure of the TSB.
Now, the former RBS building will go under the hammer with a guide price of £80,000.
The 1,335 square foot building was one of 259 branches shut by RBS.
The bank offered a lifeline to 10 branches, but Stobswell was not one of them.
Members of the Stobswell Forum campaigned to retain the bank in the area, with the Tele revealing last month that the remaining ATM has been out of order since the day after its closure.
Agent GVA says the building won’t be transformed into a bar, pawnbrokers or bookmakers.
The sale guide states: “The property is located in a prominent corner position, less than one mile north-east of Dundee city centre.
“Offers over £80,000 are sought for our client’s heritable interest in the site.
“The property will be sold subject to certain restrictions preventing the following uses.
“Businesses involving money lending, pawnbrokers/adult sex shops, bookmakers or other gambling businesses, bars/public houses, the sale of firearms and the sale of any paraphernalia associated with illegal drugs.
“The property has been operating as a bank; therefore we understand has Class 2 Planning Use, providing permitted change to Class 1 (Shops).
“Alternative uses may be possible and interested parties should make their own inquiries to the appropriate planning department.”
Colin Clement from the Stobswell Forum said he hopes good use is made of the building if a buyer can be found.
He said: “I think it is important that whoever buys it has the intention of actually doing something with it.
“The last thing we want is someone buying it and then having it just sit there empty.
“We want to attract people to Albert Street and anything that can bring a service and jobs to the area is to be welcomed.
“I am pleased that they’re not going to let it out to a pub or a bookmakers or anything like that.”