£387m city building plan announced for Dundee
A five-year £387m building programme in Dundee will be put before city councillors on Monday.
The capital plan includes investments in schools, leisure and culture facilities, and council house improvements.
Almost £30m will be spent on the city's new railway station and £19.4m on a regional performance centre for sport.
The plan also includes investment in the V&A Museum of Design and an upgrade of the Dundee Contemporary Arts centre.
Funding to replace Craigie House care home has also been announced in the plan.
Dundee City Council's depute policy and resources convener Willie Sawers said: "This annual review of the current Council Plan identifies a number of successes and highlights why we have extremely good grounds for optimism.
"But the report does highlight that there are a number of areas we need to keep concentrating on and we are all determined to make more efforts on the future.
"School buildings, the V&A Dundee, well-insulated council housing and a replacement for Craigie House are among the highlights of this excellent vision for our city."