The first office and retail space in the controversial Site Six development in Dundee has gone on the rental market.
Council bosses intend to spend more than £20 million over the next two years on a hotel at the site of a controversial Dundee development.
Sir, – I read with interest former Dundee City Council development director Mike Galloway’s defence of “Site Six”, which is otherwise known as that monstrosity being built across from the V&A (“Mastermind defends controversial site six”, Courier, November 21).
The mastermind behind the £1 billion regeneration of Dundee's Waterfront has said the controversial site six development is needed to connect the city centre with the V&A.
In the second part of our look at ongoing work to develop the £1 billion Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander speaks to the ‘Site Two’ developer due to start work next year and looks at the other sites earmarked for development.
In the first of a two-part look at ongoing work to develop Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander takes an overview of the plans in the wake of recent criticism by some of the 'Site Six' development underway opposite the V&A.
Sir, – Among all the praise for the new V&A there has, locally at least, been a lot of “yes but...”.
There has been no shortage of praise for V&A Dundee following its opening this weekend, but what of the wider waterfront regeneration?
Pretenders singer Chrissie Hynde has called for an “uprising” against the office block being built opposite the V&A Dundee.
Major Scottish infrastructure construction group Robertson is set to report a jump in sales and profits.