Plans to build eight new "affordable" homes on brownfield land in Dundee have been signed off by city planners.
Councillors who pushed back against a housebuilder's latest plans for Broughty Ferry have called on those conducting any future appeal to show faith in their decision.
Student accommodation block could be built instead of housing and retail development on West Marketgait
A £6 million housing and retail development in Dundee city centre is under threat from an alternative scheme to build a huge new student accommodation block instead.
A rooftop playground out of use for decades has been transformed into a bright and colourful play area for children.
Proposals to convert a former police station into a fish and chip shop have been rejected by council officers.
A villa once used as an NHS clinic is set to be reimagined as housing and a hairdressing salon.
A new gym on a Dundee industrial estate has been warned it could face enforcement action if it operates after having planning permission refused for a third time.
Plans to build 28 affordable flats on the former site of a Dundee infants school have been submitted to the city council.
A new tattoo studio is set to open in the city centre if permission is granted to convert a hair salon.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi is filing an appeal with Scottish ministers to overturn the refusal of its fourth Dundee store by city councillors.
A planning application has been submitted to open up a landmark banking office to new uses after it was shuttered earlier this year.
Giant "battery packs" which store up electricity to meet and balance out Dundee's electricity demands could soon be installed on a city industrial estate.
New flats are set to be built inside a historic whisky bond in the city centre.
An eyesore pub is set to be demolished to make way for six new homes.
Dundee’s ring road is poised to gain a new access road to create a new entry route into the Dundee Technology Park.
Plans for the replacement for the Hilltown Indoor Market have been submitted to Dundee City Council after images were first teased in September.
Plans have been put forward to increase the number of flats to be built on the site of a former city bar.
Management at a city golf course have remained tight-lipped over claims of illegal tree-felling even after submitting plans for a new driving range nearby.
Residents opposing a new MOT garage have vowed to watch the business “like hawks” after it was approved by councillors.
A community group is hatching plans to renovate a former bowling club as an asset for locals to enjoy.