Tapas bar plans for former pub
Dundee MSP raises Brexit worries
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“Dundee’s higher education sector attracts significant talent from Europe for work, study and research.
“Sectors such as nursing and biological science Alison opened the venue as Deacon Brodie’s, but the business lasted last less than a year as it failed to attract customers.
In February last year businessman Scott Townsend took over the premises and launched Stuffed World Buffet, selling a variety of international cuisines.
It closed after just a matter of months.
Meanwhile, BT has launched a bid to secure an occupant for a former gym in the city centre.
The unit, also on Ward Road, beneath the company’s call centre, has been vacant since a women’s fitness company vacated it in early 2017.
It has been on the market since, and despite “some interest”, no one has taken it on. depend heavily on European talent to provide the necessary skills.
“Ending freedom of movement and making it harder for European citizens to work and study in Scotland could have significant impacts on Dundee’s universities and colleges.
“It could also have far-reaching consequences throughout Scotland.”
Now, BT has applied for a change of use for the unit, opening it up for retail, professional services or business, as well as leisure.
A document submitted with the application stated: “Given the number of uses proposed by this application, each has been considered separately to assess the appropriateness of each use within a city centre location.
“The adopted plan clearly highlights the role which the city centre plays and states that it contains a variety of uses including retail, leisure and businesses.”
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