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Infill grid iron apartments to bring new life to Broughty Ferry

April 12 2022

Infill grid iron apartments to bring new life to Broughty Ferry

A disused shop unit in Brought Ferry Dundee is to be replaced by a new build apartment block.

The retail unit, housed in a former dairy at 38 Long Lane, will make way for ten flats, with the existing premises relocating to a retained storage unit to the northwest of the site.

Led by Anthony Robertson Design the planned work will see a buff brick and render infill block will reinforce the street edge with a recessed upper storey to minimise impact.

In a statement, the applicant wrote: "We firmly believe that our proposal is a creative and appropriate solution to infill the urban block and long lane elevation on what we consider to be a brownfield site located in central Broughty Ferry. It will provide much needed new build low energy homes to encourage more people to live in urban areas of the city."

13 parking spaces are to be provided within the site curtilage.  

1 Comment

outraged individual
#1 Posted by outraged individual on 14 Apr 2022 at 12:10 PM
as we all know car parks are famed to be lively places

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