A long-abandoned arcade in Dundee city centre is set to be reborn as a series of retail units, pending approval by city planners.
Plans to build 38 flats at the former Department for Work and Pensions building on Dock Street have been unveiled by McGill Homes.
Two new applications to build homes on a city estate have been submitted to Dundee council planning officers.
A nightclub boss is serving up plans for a vegan takeaway and delivery shop in a prominent city centre retail unit.
Plans have been lodged for new houses on the site of a former primary school in the north-east of Dundee.
A mulitplex cinema in Dundee is set to undergo a dramatic renovation to make it one of the best in the country – with the operator pledging to stay in the city until at least 2035.
Supermarket chain Morrisons will challenge a council decision to refuse it permission to build a drive-thru coffee shop.
Plans for 40 socially-let homes on the site of a former primary school have been lodged with Dundee City Council.
A second bid by local bakery firm Clark’s to open a takeaway at Myrekirk could be in danger of being turned down by councillors.
Fresh plans to demolish the dilapidated Jimmy Shand pub have been submitted to Dundee City Council – the fourth such proposal to be put forward.
The public will be invited to a consultation session this summer to discuss plans for a new housing development.
Bakery giant Gregg’s is eyeing up a sixth Dundee store – spelling good news for sausage roll lovers across the city.
A local distillery, nearly two centuries old, is set to expand and open a new visitor centre in a boost for tourism.
An 18th Century mansion, used as an orphanage after the Second World War, could be set for a grand restoration under plans put to city planning chiefs.
A group of community campaigners have spoken of their disappointment after a decision to deny planning permission by ministers was overruled by a higher authority.
More than 53,000 objections against a proposed £30 million tourist development on the shores of Loch Lomond have been handed to planners.
The firm behind a plan to redevelop the old Tay Rope Works has laid out proposals for a second time after having its last bid rejected at committee.
Dundee’s oldest family-owned scrap merchant is set to move for the first time in its history – and plans to build six flats on its former site.
A housebuilder is set to press on with the second phase of a controversial housing development on land north of the Ferry.
Ambitious plans to create a £6 million housing and retail development on the site of a shop destroyed by fire have moved a step closer to reality.