Dundee Waterfront Project: the V&A Effect – 5th October 2010

The Dundee Waterfront Project is an ambitious long-term development project to reconnect Dundee city centre with the Tay, and is one of the most notable forward-thinking projects in Scotland today. The Dundee Waterfront vision is to transform, energise and connect the city to the waterfront, threading the city and water together to create a special sense of place.

One of the most ambitious aims is the development of the Victoria & Albert Museum site at the waterfront, the first outside London. Join Dundee Arts Cafe on Tuesday 5th of October at The McManus Cafe at 6pm with speaker Mike Galloway, Director of City Development at Dundee City Council for the latest updates on this project, and the benefits Dundee can expect from these developments.

Doors open at 5.30pm and beers, wine and food are all served in The McManus Cafe, see here for a full menu. This is a FREE event, but there is limited seating available for 60 people so please do arrive early to avoid disappointment.