Dundee’s last ever working jute mill is primed for a dramatic transformation into a new affordable housing development.
Caledonia Housing Association
Residents at a sheltered housing complex claim they have been left housebound – and in one case forced to temporarily move out – after the property’s only lift was left out of action for more than a week.
A former jute mill is set to be demolished to make way for a new bank of social housing.
City councillors are being asked to approve plans to turn a dilapidated factory site in Dundee into a new affordable housing scheme.
Business owners fear they could be forced to shut down if part of a local road is closed to pave the way for new housing.
A housing association has won permission to raze an industrial complex and replace it with 30 new-build homes.
Plans have been tabled to turn a dilapidated factory site into a new affordable housing scheme.
Plans have been lodged for a new £4.5 million housing development on a city industrial site.
Locals were given their first look at plans for a new housing development on the site of a former factory in Dundee’s Hilltown.
An affordable housing charity has submitted plans to demolish Dundee’s last working jute mill to make way for 28 new homes.