Dundee is celebrating another high-profile accolade after being named the Best Place to Live in Scotland 2019.
The award, from the annual Sunday Times Best Places to Live survey, has already focused national attention on the city and sparked debate about what we most value in a place to live.
The Courier has been asking readers to share their views on what makes Dundee a great place to live and work.
Jonathan Reeve said: “I’ve been in Dundee for over 21 years now and have seen it transform enormously through my university days, working days and now raising a family days! Happy to call it my home city and super place to live!
“The waterfront, the V&A, the cycle paths, the city the people, the ambition, the fact we have beautiful Scotland on our doorstep.”
William Adams added: “City is located on a great site. So easy to be in fine countryside within a few minutes. Has a large village feel, not too hectic or high pressure, quite laid-back.
“Wonderful public parks and plenty of amenities.”
Ian Crighton said simply: “The River Tay” and shared this photo:
Rod Munroe said: “Architecture, history, new waterfront, positive vibe, great universities and facilities. People.”