The Scottish artist who had hoped to bring a life-size sculpture of a whale to Dundee has revealed how it might have looked had council bosses taken his plans further.
The company behind an ambitious proposal to bring a skyscraper to Dundee has claimed it is in discussions with a “major developer and investment company”.
The architect of the plans to transform Dundee’s central Waterfront has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2019.
A small chain of convenience stores is eyeing one of the units at Dundee’s new railway station entrance – suggesting one of the lots will finally be occupied.
Dundee City Council has refused to reveal what snagging works have been required at the V&A since the building was completed.
Dundee’s Waterfront is in line for another boost with a resurrected city firm’s plans for glamorous flats unveiled.
Dundee based McGill Homes have today announced the purchase of the former Department for Work and Pensions building on Dock Street, Dundee.
The wraps have finally been taken off the new bus shelter at Dundee Railway Station, four months after it was supposed to open.
A key route for traffic at the Central Waterfront is set to close for five days later this month.
I regularly walk or run along the promenade past the two bridges over the Tay, the V&A and City Quay.
An Edinburgh councillor says a regeneration project in his city can "surpass the regeneration of Dundee's Waterfront."
Council bosses have finally put out a tender to bring free wifi to the city centre but visitors will not be able to log on until March next year at the earliest.
The name for one of Dundee’s newest buildings has been revealed - and it pays tribute to the Waterfront in times gone by.
Serviced apartments, office space and a sky bar overlooking the River Tay are among the latest plans being proposed for the city’s Waterfront.
Units at Dundee’s new railway station entrance may still be sitting empty six months after it opened because occupants have been ordered to pay a living wage, it has been suggested.
V&A Dundee will welcome the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow to the museum this summer.
The growing fallout from the collapse of McGill has impacted the construction of a major building at Dundee’s Central Waterfront.
The owner of the prominent Dundee One office block plans to spend £600,000 transforming a floor of the Waterfront building into serviced offices.
More plans have been submitted for the proposed cafe at Slessor Gardens.
One of the masterminds behind Copenhagen’s urban regeneration has lambasted Dundee’s Waterfront project.