More than 500 people have suggested names for Dundee’s new civic spaces, which will be created as part of the £1 billion waterfront redevelopment.
A total of 524 people put names forward for the two new civic spaces, riverside walkway and cycle path through the central waterfront.
Some of the names for the open space behind the Caird Hall included Discovery Square, (Mary) Slessor Square, Jute Boulevard and Black Watch Parade.
Suggestions for the railway station area included Craig Ferries Gardens, Greenmarket Park, (Janet) Keillor Square and Terra Nova Concourse
Lord Provost Bob Duncan, who will sit on the panel to decide the names, said: “I am really pleased to see his level of interest and engagement with the project.
“People with a Dundee connection from as far away as Australia and Canada have put forward names for the space behind the Caird Hall and in front of the Railway Station.
“I am looking forward to sifting through the suggestions and choosing what we think are the most fitting and deserving names for these important parts of the waterfront development.”
The most appropriate and interesting names will be chosen by the Lord Provost, director of city development Mike Galloway, city archivist Iain Flett City and Jon Walton, chair of city centre group DD One.