The first images have been released of affordable housing which is to built in Dundee City Centre.
The developers behind the project at Candle Lane have said that they are “delighted” to have been granted planning permission to build 24 flats and create more social housing.
John Frullani Architects submitted the application to Dundee City Council on behalf of Hillcrest Housing Association.
The work is due to start in December and is expected to be completed by summer 2020.
The properties will be made up of two bedrooms.
Access to the flats will be granted via three stair and lift towers on the front side of the building and a communal garden will house secure bin and bike storage facilities.
David Zwirlein, director of development and new business at Hillcrest Housing Association, said: “We’re delighted that planning permission has been granted for our new development at Candle Lane.
“The site will provide a much-needed injection of affordable housing into the city centre of Dundee.”
“When complete in summer 2020, 24 properties will be available for social rent.
“We are working closely with our architects to make the properties as energy efficient as possible to keep costs to a minimum for our tenants and aim to meet the silver standard of current building regulations to achieve this.
“Candle Lane is our latest development in a programme which will bring hundreds of affordable homes to the city over the next couple of years to meet the housing needs of local people.”
Mr Frullani said: “Both my client, Murrayfield Properties Ltd, and me are delighted to be involved in this exciting project at Candle Lane with Hillcrest.
“It is great to see this site being redeveloped and with its close proximity to the Waterfront redevelopment we are sure it will play its part in the overall revival of this historic area.”