Images of how Dundee waterfront could look after its billion pound regeneration is complete have been released.
The images show artists’ impressions of how buildings could look on sites earmarked for development.
They have been released as part of planning guidance issued to potential investors by Dundee City Council in the hope of inspiring possible designs.
The £80 million V&A at Dundee will be at the heart of the redevelopment but there are still a number of sites along the waterfront up for grabs.
Architects, designers, planners and investors are being encouraged to work in partnership withDundee City Council on the design and development of the Waterfront.
The guides will provide planning, design and infrastructure guidance for the Central Waterfront area and for each individual site and will steer investors, developers and their advisers in the design of the building projects for the £1 billion waterfront regeneration area.
Dundee City Council’s executive director of city development Mike Galloway said: “The guides will help investors gain an understanding of our approach to development, and how they can partner with us as Dundee Waterfront expands.
“Almost all of the sites within the Central Waterfront are owned by Dundee City Council, so we can work in partnership with investors and take a long-term holistic approach to development to get the best for the city. We are also open to joint ventures so would encourage businesses and entrepreneurs to explore potential opportunities with us.”
Developer Alan Caldwell said: “Dundee is moving ahead at a rapid rate and we are aware that local and inward investors like ourselves are being attracted to the opportunities in the Waterfront and the wider city region. This helpful framework will ensure the design and development process is efficient and effective for all parties.”
The Dundee Central Waterfront Planning and Design Guidance can be downloadedhere or via the recently released 3d app which allows users to navigate through the various development sites.