Residents of Dundee’s waterfront and City Quay areas are to be consulted about a series of flood protection works.
Work is set to begin in Broughty Ferry to shore up the Esplanade area of the town following a series of storms last year, but a coastal flood study from August 2013 recommended works along the entire length of Dundee’s waterfront, from Broughty Ferry to the airport.
An open day at the Apex Hotel on January 13 and at Discovery Point on January 14 will display initial proposals for the City Quay and waterfront areas.
Following this consultation period, a formal planning application will be lodged with the council’s planning service for consideration.
A Dundee City Council spokesperson said: “We concluded a coastal study in August of 2013 which recommended various protection measures along the full length of Dundee’s coastline.”