Updated plans for a £100million golf resort, hotel and spa near Dundee in eastern Scotland have been approved.
The Angus Golf Resort in Scotland will include a 175-room hotel
Construction of The Angus, which will be located on the Shank of Omachie near Broughty Ferry, is set to begin this summer with the resort opening in 2024.
The Angus is owned by Mike Forbes of neighboring Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort, who will announce a hotel partner for the new resort in the coming months.
New approved plans will see the creation of a hillside hotel with 175 bedrooms, a rooftop bar and 1,900m² spa and leisure facilities overlooking the Tay Estuary and St Andrews.
The development will also include an exclusive golf course, designed by former Open champion Darren Clarke, as well as a clubhouse and golf academy with driving range, as well as 160 homes and 10 luxury lodges.
Forbes said: “We are delighted that the updated plans for The Angus have been approved and thank the Angus Council for supporting our vision to create an iconic hotel and golf development.
“We have worked tirelessly to create plans for a resort that will surpass anything on offer in Scotland and firmly position Dundee and Angus as a world-class destination for tourists. As a long-established tourism company in Angus, we are proud to move forward with the creation of a five-star hotel and luxury spa, as well as the first golf course signed by the legendary Ryder Cup winner and former Open champion, Darren Clarke.