Hundreds of new homes are to be built in Dundee.
A new £64 million scheme will see the creation of upwards of 600 homes in Dundee by the end of the decade.
Unveiled by Dundee City Council, the project will be rolled out over the next five years and aims to tackle the significant housing shortage that has seen tenant waiting lists for council-owned properties rise to more than 7,000 in recent years.
Dundee housing convener John Alexander told the Evening Telegraph: “We will be working in partnership with housing associations to develop much-needed affordable housing.
“We have ambitious plans to invest millions of pounds into new build housing over the coming years. This will result in affordable, energy-efficient and modern homes.”
The new properties are to be built at a range of sites across the city, with future futures to expand the construction programme likely to be announced when additional council funding is available.