The development has secured backing from an international hotel brand to create the first five star resort in the Angus region.
Detailed plans have been unveiled for a for a £60m pound luxury golf resort in Angus.
The Angus - which will be built at Kingennie, Broughty Ferry - will include a five-star hotel and a golf course designed by Open champion Darren Clarke.
The resort has also been chosen for the location of the first hotel in Scotland for the Wyndham Hotel Group.
The initial plans were approved by Angus Council in November 2010.
The development is adjacent to the Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort, owned by local businessman Mike Forbes, who has been working with Angus and Tayside Council for two years to bring the plans to fruition.
The team behind the project MAP Property & Leisure Developments said they expect to begin construction in spring 2013 with completion in 2015.
Donald Paterson, Group Managing Director, said: "We are thrilled to be finally developing this vision to create an outstanding resort in Angus which will bring enormous economic benefits to the area for many years to come.”
The new facility is expected to create 200 full-time jobs after completion, with 300 posts generated during construction.
Economic reports have also estimated that the resort will increase tourism in the area by 50 per cent by 2015, and bring around £30m worth of tourism to Scotland.
The Wyndham Hotel Group is the world's largest hotel company with more than 7,150 hotels across the globe. The company said The Angus would be an "outstanding addition" to their portfolio.