Dundee

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A new sculpture commemorating the lifeboat service has been unveiled as part of the multi-million-pound Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme delivered by McLaughlin & Harvey. The public artwork, at Beach Crescent, takes the form of lifeboat davits, the arched cranes that hold emergency boats o

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A proposed £3 million young persons’ home in Dundee could come a step closer next week as councillors are asked to approve contractors for the work. A recommendation that Robertson Construction Tayside Ltd is chosen to build the council-run facility in Southampton Road will be considered

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A 39-point plan to upgrade and improve Dundee’s Olympia leisure centre at a cost of £6.1m is to be considered by councillors. Completed by Balfour Beatty in 2013 for £31.2 million, the pool was forced to close in October last year after engineers identified a host of problems; incl

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H&H Properties has submitted a planning application to Dundee City Council seeking to build 40 new homes at the former site of Lochee Primary School. The school was demolished in 2018 following its closure in 2013.

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More than £2.3 million could be spent on work in the coming months that will help Dundee continue its push to address the ongoing climate emergency. As well as upgrading four prominent city buildings by installing solar panels, a contract to construct a new segregated cycleway and footway as p

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The £60 million East End Community Campus to replace two Dundee high schools has now been submitted for planning following an initial consultation. The building on the site of the former St Saviours High School, where it is intended Craigie High School and Braeview Academy will merge in August

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The developer behind the controversial demolition of a former Dundee jute mill has progressed plans to build new homes on the site. The former Wallace Craigie jute works, known locally as Halley’s Mill, on the city’s Broughty Ferry Road was razed to the ground after diggers moved on

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