Dundee’s newest councillor has welcomed the completion of the latest Dundee Decides project.
Dundee City Council is to spend more than £860,000 on a community regeneration fund this year, if proposals are approved at a meeting next week.
A councillor has claimed a controversial new crossing on Arbroath Road has been placed at the correct spot, despite a fierce backlash from raging residents.
Raging residents who voted for a new crossing on an arterial Dundee road have blasted the council after claiming it has been built in the wrong place.
A year on from one of the city’s largest ever “people power” spending projects, the Tele examines just what has been done since Dundee Decides.
Work to install a pedestrian crossing on one of Dundee’s busiest routes got under way yesterday.
People who live near a busy primary school could end up policing their own streets under a peak-time car ban scheme that police say they can’t enforce.
A drop-in session has been organised to discuss efforts to reduce traffic congestion around a Dundee primary school.
‘It’s important that people’s voices are heard’: Dundee neighbourhood chief in pledge to involve city communities
This time last year, the Dundee Partnership unveiled its plan for making the city a better place to live and work across the next decade.
Dundee City Council has been urged to prioritise the safety of its £14,000 outdoor gym initiative at a vandalism hotspot when a new CCTV hub launches.
An independent report into the council’s Dundee Decides initiative declared it an “outstanding success” which should be adopted by other local authorities.
The first lot of council-backed community projects voted for by the public will start to arrive in Dundee later this year.
Plans for new play equipment at a prominent Dundee park have been revealed by the council.
What a difference a year makes — not least if you’re Dundee City Council leader John Alexander.
Campaigners in Lochee say they will keep fighting for the return of a historic clock after it missed out on Dundee Decides funding.
Dundonians have decided where more than £1 million of council money will be spent.
Dundee Decides could inspire scores of Coldside residents to get involved in their community.
The council’s depute provost has hailed the work of Dundee Decides in her ward.
Dundee Decides has “taken off” in Broughty Ferry — with more votes cast in the area than any other, according to a local councillor.
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting the Dundee Decides programme. Dundee City Council has set aside £150,000 for each council ward for infrastructure work. Today, reporter Ciaran Shanks looks at Maryfield.