Six new homes will be built on the site of a former Dundee fire station after planning permission was secured.
Earlier this year a planning application was lodged by Discovery Homes to build half a dozen houses on the site of the former Northern Fire Station, located on Dundee’s Strathmore Avenue.
Dundee City Council has now granted planning permission for the development, though work will not begin until further risk assessment is carried out.
The station closed down in 1991 when the brigade moved to a new base at Macalpine Road.
The proposed plans are designed for “modern family living”, with each property comprising three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
All six properties would be accessed by a new road off Strathmore Avenue.