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Hot on the heels of improvements to the National Cycle Network Route 1 at Barry Station and ongoing works at Carnoustie, further works are beginning elsewhere along the Angus coastline.

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Forty-nine new homes will help local people in housing need following the completion of a project involving Persimmon North Scotland and Sanctuary Scotland. The homes have been built on Persimmon’s Greenlaw Park development in Carnoustie and the mixture of affordable properties has now been tr

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Angus Council has put forward plans for 21 new council houses on the site of razed blocks of Arbroath flats. The local authority said the Fraser Path site will become a high-quality development of flats and cottages, including sought-after one-bedroom homes.

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Angus Council has approved plans for 57 new homes on the outskirts of Carnoustie. DJ Laing Homes Ltd will deliver a mix of single, one-and-a-half and two-storey detached and semi-detached properties – 14 of which will be in the “affordable” criteria – on unused Gree

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Angus planners have given the go-ahead for six new homes in a walled garden at Tealing. The site sits in the grounds of Tealing House, around 500 metres west of the A90 Dundee to Aberdeen dual carriageway.

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A new 20-acre solar park has opened in Forfar after securing a funding boost of nearly £2 million from Lombard, significantly boosting green energy production in the local area.

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The 19th Century listed buildings which previously reflected the importance of Montrose in the world of international trade and shipping have been bought by Montrose Port Authority (MPA) for a six-figure sum. Situated on the Port’s north quayside, the imposing B-listed Customs House and Granar

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