We are holding our public consultation in Discovery Point, Dundee, to hear from locals, residents and businesses on our vision for Site 17 in the city, today March 5.

Working with Dundee-architects Nicoll Russell Studios and Dundee City Council, the proposals are for a mixed-use residential development including rented accommodation, a bar and restaurant, public and support spaces as well as commercial units at the brownfield site which sits to the east of the Tay Bridge.

The company is working its proposals in line with the city’s Waterfront Masterplan – a £1billion transformation of the area spanning 30 years.

Today is an opportunity for the public to hear from the architects and the project team and to give their views on the vision for the site.

Brian Smith, Operations Director at Structured House Group, welcomed public and business interest in the proposals for site 17.

He said: “Our proposal for Site 17 is to work in close partnership with the city and in-line with the Dundee Waterfront masterplan.

“We are delighted to be working with local company Nicoll Russell Studios to bring our investment to the city and to share with the public our vision for the site. We are eager to hear from locals, businesses and interested stakeholders and to share our early plans with them. We are building flats for the rental market with a mix of commercial spaces and a proposed restaurant. Our vision is to not only to build but to operate Site 17 through our in-house property-management team BOHO.

“It is an exciting time for Structured House Group to working in the city and we hope we can share our ambitions with Dundonians at the event today.”

Site 17 is located next to the Waterfront and close to the prestigious V&A Museum of Design and easily accessible to major cycling routes.

Director of Nicoll Russell Studios said: “We are working with Structured House Group on its plans for the redevelopment of the site. We look forward to presenting our designs and ambitions at the public consultation. It is an exciting time to be working to rejuvenate our city and our designs will work to complement the city’s sense of place and identity. We look forward to welcoming residents and businesses to our event.”

The event is on from 11am to 7.30pm at the Discovery Point.


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