Dundee Waterfront Earl Grey Building


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Dundee City Council
May 2019
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Helping to regenerate Dundee’s Waterfront

The Earl Grey Building – now renamed Agnes Husband after the Dundee suffragette – offers Grade A office space and is part of the ongoing £1 billion regeneration of Dundee Waterfront, one of Scotland’s biggest urban developments.


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Regenerating the waterfront

The development sits on Site 6, a prime location in the Central Waterfront. The five-storey building offers 50,000 sq ft of Grade A office space with two retail units on the ground floor.

This is another important milestone in the transformation of our Central Waterfront. This development and others in the Central Waterfront will not only act as a magnet for future employers but also create opportunities for workers in the construction sector.
Lynne Short
Convenor of the city development committee

Development of Site 6

The office block is part of a broader development on the site which includes 67 apartments for private rent and a 120-bed hotel. The regeneration of the Waterfront hopes to attract more businesses and tourists to this area of the city.

We are absolutely determined to build a fairer and smarter city for the future and take on the challenges that exist for the benefit of our people.
John Alexander
Council leader

In 2020, the project won a BCO Scotland award for best Commercial Workplace.

Project team

Architect: Cooper Cromar

Project manager: Dundee City Council

Principal contractor: Robertson Tayside

Civil & structural engineer: Goodson Associates

M&E engineer: Atelier Ten

Quantity surveyor: Dundee City Council

CDM coordinator: Hardies LLP