The Central Waterfront is the focal point of the project. The ambitious £0.5 billion development involves the demolition of bridge ramps, roads and buildings, which previously separated the city centre from the waterfront. In their place, a new grid iron street pattern, green civic space and attractive boulevards are reconnecting the city with the waterfront to produce a stunning space that will be dominated by the award-winning V&A at Dundee building situated next to Captain Scott's ship RRS Discovery.
Dundee train station is well positioned in the central waterfront. Station improvements and the enhancement of the outside arrival space are planned to accommodate the increasing travel to the city by commuters and visitors. The V&A at Dundee alone projects visitor numbers of 500,000 in year 1 (2015). New hotels, office, residential, accommodation, cafes, restaurants and retail outlets are required to support the expanding city. See a link to the Urban Design Framework.
Click the links below to see the available Central Waterfront plots and their estimated dates of availability, or head over to our Central Waterfront plot map page.
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