DEVELOPMENT ON FORMER NIGHTCLUB LAND GOES TO COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
Leading affordable housing specialists Cullross Ltd will shortly unveil plans to build 72 flats on the site of the former Oxygen nightclub on Brown Street, Dundee.
The proposed development would include a mix of one- and two-bedroom flats, with workshop and commercial units at ground floor. Cullross Ltd has nearly 60 years of combined experience designing, developing, and building new homes and specialising in affordable housing projects.
A proposal of application notice was submitted to Dundee City Council in December, signifying the formal notice of intent to submit a planning application following a minimum 12-week period of consultation.
Two consultations will be held for the project, the first on 18 January 2023 and 15 February 2023, between 4 pm – 8 pm at Hampton Hilton, 1 Argyllgait, Dundee DD1 1PZ Scotland.
For those unable to attend the event, a project website will launch on 18 January at 9 am with copies of the exhibition boards http://60brownstreet.co.uk.
Mark Beaton, Director of Cullross Ltd., said: “We are keen to meet with the community to discuss our early-stage plans for the site and receive feedback on how the community would like them to be developed.”
The proposals are high-level with a view to speaking to the community and getting their feedback before progressing to a second event in February where more detail will be presented.
We have completed a number of developments in the city and are well aware of the housing needs, and we believe the site’s positioning and surrounding uses make it an ideal location for a residential development.”
He added: “As a company, Cullross are always keen for form a strong collaboration with the community. We hope as many residents as possible and businesses and neighbours attend the first information session to hear our initial ideas, and input their thoughts ahead of a second event in February.”
For those unable to attend we have a dedicated project website equipped with a feedback form and online copies of exhibition boards. We invite the community to attend and look forward to hearing their views.”