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Crown Estate Scotland’s ZeroFour innovation hub at Montrose has taken a major step towards its aim of supporting clean, green economic growth in Angus and the north-east, by awarding seven key contracts to four Scottish-based companies. The delivery team, which now comprises an architect, cost

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Angus Council will not lodge any formal objection to a planned £40 million battery storage plant near the border with Dundee. The 80-megawatt proposal for the site near Duntrune would be the largest of its kind in the county and would capable of holding enough power to supply 35,000

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Muir Homes' plan to build 136 new homes on the edge of Forfar has been delayed after planning officials urged Angus Council's area development standards committee to reject it. The developers hope that the Westfield Loan development would eventually comprise of 300 houses.

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Angus Council has approved plans for five new houses to be built on the site of the former Carmyllie quarry. At their peak, Carmyllie’s quarries employed around 500 individuals. The site near Arbroath moved from roofing slates to quarrying pavement stone for towns and cities. However, operatio

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Taylor Wimpey has lodged an appeal with the Scottish Government after its plans to build 50 homes in Monifieth was rejected by Angus Council. The housebuilder submitted a planning application for the Victoria Street development last October.

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Guild Homes has submitted revised plans for a £50 million expansion of its Forfar housing development after it lost an appeal into the proposal just last month. The local firm hopes to double the size of its 245-home development at Strathmore Fields between Turfbeg and Kirriemuir Road.

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Lochside Leisure Centre in Forfar is set to be demolished after the October school holidays. The decision to wait until after the holidays was taken to try to avoid any closing the play park during the school break and any impact on the nearby caravan park through the holiday period.

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Forfar builder Guild Homes has lost a bid for a £50 million expansion of its 245-home development at Strathmore Fields near Forfar Community Campus. Guild Homes challenged Angus Council's non-determination of its application for the development. However, a Scottish Government reporter has dism

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Residents of Coronation Gardens were greeted by Angus councillors and officers in Montrose as they moved into their new homes at Coronation Gardens. Representing a £1.4 million investment in council housing, the development makes use of vacant land at Forties Road that was part of Rosehill Res

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Four projects designed to improve communities and places across Angus will share funding totalling £624,000. It is hoped this substantial investment, approved at Angus Council’s Communities Committee on Tuesday, will help in the drive towards economic recovery, increase local resilience

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Hydrogen expert Logan Energy and renewables specialist Locogen are welcoming the news that planning permission has been granted for their wind turbine and electrolyser project at Arbikie Distillery near Montrose. The development will enable the distillery to power its operations from environmentally

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The £2 million council housing development at Mayfield Terrace in Arbroath is now complete and will help to meet demand for one-bedroom properties in the town. The project has revitalised a once empty site that was created when old low-demand flats were cleared away several years ago as a key

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A project to turn Arbroath courthouse into a £2 million community hub has passed another milestone, The Courier reports. Angus Council has granted planning permission as well as listed building consent for the conversion of the B-listed former court, which closed its doors in 2014.

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Kilmac is to continue its relationship with Tayside Contracts after being awarded the groundworks package for an active travel project on behalf of Dundee City Council. The 23-week contract will see Kilmac install footpaths and cycle routes along the coastal route from Broughty Ferry to Mo

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