The architect of the plans to transform Dundee’s central Waterfront has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2019.
The Evening Telegraph reported last week that some firms interested in opening retail outlets on our city’s Waterfront may be deterred due to the requirement to pay a real living wage of £9 per hour to employees.
Man behind Dundee Waterfront regeneration says controversial Site 6 is needed to connect centre to V&A
The mastermind behind the £1 billion regeneration of Dundee’s Waterfront has said the divisive Site 6 development is needed to connect the city centre with the V&A.
Proposals for a major new housing development on the site of a former Dundee whisky bottling plant have been rejected by councillors.
Dundee continues to have a “healthy and effective” supply of land for housing and employment.
Dundee City Council has given assurances McGonagall’s Walk on Riverside Drive will be repaired after being damaged during recent flood prevention works.
Dundee City Council has poached a Fife Council top dog as its new executive director of city development.
The demolition of the B-listed Halley’s Mill in Dundee could be reported to the Procurator Fiscal.
Legal action could be taken against the owners of an iconic Dundee jute mill which was razed apparently without full permission, the Tele has learned.
The council boss who has overseen much of Dundee’s Waterfront regeneration is set to retire in the coming months.
Dundee City Council is set to spend £4.8 million on LED street lights in a bid to save hundreds of thousands of pounds on electricity bills each year.
Designs for an urban beach which will form part of Dundee’s Waterfront have been released for the first time.
Dundee is set to lead the world in oil and gas decommissioning — and create up to 7,500 jobs in the process.
Plans for a major revamp of one of Dundee’s most famous landmarks have received a £1 million funding boost from the Scottish Government.