Dundee waterfront push maintains momentum with flats approval
August 4 2020
Dundee City Council has awarded planning consent for the development of a five-storey block of flats at Gellatly Street, subject to the approval of material finishes.
Part new build, part conversion of a listed building the development will require demolition of a single-storey existing structure, removal of a central staircase and addition of secondary glazing.
In a statement, the planning department wrote: "The proposed development of 38 flats would secure the long term future of a prominent, vacant category B listed building within the Central Conservation Area, contribute to the provision of residential accommodation within the city centre and provide a high-quality frontage onto Gellatly Street."
Plans were drawn up by Neil Rothnie Architecture last year on behalf of United Capital and the Cater Group which would see the disused dockside building repurposed as part of a broader waterfront shift of the city centre.
New build elements will be faced in sandstone together with dark zinc cladding and glass balconies.
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