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decommissioning work related to the North Sea oil and gas sector. Finally, the most recent investment will


be welcomed by beer lovers everywhere after plans were submitted to build Dundee’s first craft brewery, and the city’s first brewery for 50 years! The new Hawkhill Brewery Company will build the brewery in Sugarhouse Wynd in a building owned by Park Investments Dundee Limited, which is currently undergoing refurbishment. Plans also include a visitor centre and a brew pub. With 300,000 extra visitors expected to the city each year, they will be working flat out. Perhaps the best news of all is that


ventures so would encourage more businesses to contact us with their concepts.” Flybe added to the good news stories


with the announcement that the airline will be introducing a new international service to Amsterdam in May. The flight will operate six times a week, and marks the first non-charter international service out of Dundee Airport. Inglis Lyon, managing director of


Dundee Airport operator HIAL, said: "The new route offers business and leisure travellers fast, convenient links to hundreds of destinations worldwide and, crucially, creates new opportunities for inward investment and inbound tourism at an exciting time for the city." Forth Ports gave a further boost to by


announcing a £10m investment programme that would position Dundee Port for the expansion in renewables and


across all of these new investments, and more in the pipeline, thousands of new jobs are being created in Dundee Waterfront, many of which will be suitable to the next generation of young talent studying and living in Dundee.


Wealth of investment opportunities available A wide range of development and investment opportunities are available and businesses and entrepreneurs of all sizes are being encouraged to contact the Dundee Waterfront development team with their ideas.


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