Dundee is the fourth-largest city in Scotland and lies on the north bank of the Firth of Tay. Dundee has become a hub for the Biomedical and Technology industries and now accounts for 10 % of the UK's digital entertainment industry. With many people moving to Dundee to work in these industries, demand for flats in Dundee is high.
This is also reflected in the two universities based in Dundee, with one of the top medical schools in the UK based at Ninewells Hospital (The University of Dundee) and acclaimed computing and creative technology courses, including computer games technology available at the University of Abertay.
The City Centre offers a wide variety of high street retailers and is a key retail destination for the North East of Scotland.
Within the city there is an extensive public bus system and two train stations Dundee (Tay Bridge) Station and the smaller Broughty Ferry Station. The city is served by the A90 road which connects to the M90 and Perth in the West. There is also a small airport which offers flights to London City, Birmingham and Belfast.