The submission, made to Dundee City Council on Robertson's behalf by architect Cooper Cromar, propose a hotel, flats and offices on a 5,940 m site next to the new V&A museum that is under construction.

Dundee Waterfront is home to a £1bn regeneration project along 8km of the River Tay.

Our plans for Site 6 are proposing to build 88 apartments across two six-storey buildings and a 150-bed hotel. Robertson Construction is hoping to move onto site in September 2017 and complete in phases up to summer 2019.

The inclusion of four floors of open-plan office space will have the potential to accommodate a number of uses including technology, professional services, financial services, public sector organisations and call centres.

Chief operating officer Derek Shewan said: "Dundee Waterfront is an exciting and innovative development project. The team behind the Waterfront is ambitious and enthusiastic about this project and we are delighted to be working with them. We are looking forward to delivering something the whole of Scotland can be proud of.

He added that the hotel will help meet the forecast demand for accommodation in the central Waterfront as growing numbers of visitors and tourists come to Dundee.

He said: “This development promises to be a high-quality addition to Dundee’s flourishing Waterfront.”

The site is located on land originally claimed from the Tay in the early 1800s. The remainder of site six covers the former Earl Grey Dock, which existed between the mid-1800s to the mid-1900s.

Cooper Cromer CGI Dundee waterfront mixed use development

 

 

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