Barratt submits plans for former Dundee jam factory site
Barratt North Scotland has submitted a planning application to build 230 homes at the former James Keiller Buildings in Dundee’s Mains Loan, the site where jam and marmalade under the same branding were made.
The factory was knocked down years ago after a series of vandal attacks and fires plagued the site.
The developer intends to build 56 flats and 174 houses.
David Palmer, Barratt North Scotland managing director, said: “As local residents will be aware, the site at Mains Loan has been earmarked for development for many years but the huge costs involved in preparing this site have made it challenging to deliver.”