Shore Terrace Work Set To Begin24/10/16
Construction work to transform former offices in Shore Terrace into commercial units could be set to begin next month.
Councillors will consider a tender worth a total of more than £720,000 to alter and sub divide the former housing offices which now face onto the recently-opened Slessor Gardens.
Four units would be formed for potential new restaurant and café businesses, with partial fit out of one of them to provide amenities including kitchen extract, ventilation and air conditioning.
Councillor Will Dawson convener of the council’s city development committee said: “With the opening of the V&A and the ongoing development at the Waterfront the city is likely to become an even bigger attraction for visitors.
“There has been a tremendous reaction to the opening of Slessor Gardens and we are witnessing massive investment in the city for the future.
“These units will have a stunning outlook to the Waterfront and I am sure will prove popular with visitors and locals alike.
“I am keen that we can keep the momentum of redevelopment and help to create new chances for the creation of economic opportunities and jobs.”
The city development committee will meet and consider the construction services tender offer on Monday (October 31).
Councillors will hear that work would start in November with completion estimated for April next year.
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