People in Broughty Ferry are being invited to comment on revised plans for flood defence works to protect the town from River Tay surges.
The plans cover three stretches from Douglas Terrace as far as Beach Crescent and would involve a one-metre high wall and a series of floodgates.
When the plans were first announced in 2016, some locals raised concerns that the wall would obstruct some of the most popular views in Dundee.
Dundee City Council says engineers have tried to take this feedback into account and hopes locals will examine the updated plans and respond.
Councillor Mark Flynn, depute convener of the council’s city development committee, said: “Our engineers have been working on refining the details of the project, trying to take on board comments and feedback from the people of the Ferry that we received throughout the process.
“Every effort has been made to ensure that while we put in measures to protect people and property in that part of The Ferry the scheme is also attractive and in keeping with the buildings and streetscape around it.”
The scheme is designed to reduce the risk of flooding to residential, open space, community and businesses in the Ferry by putting in measures along Douglas Terrace, James Place, Fisher Street and Beach Crescent.
Full details of the proposals can be seen at www.dundeecity.gov.uk/service-area/city-development/broughty-ferry-flood-protection-scheme.