Plans have been submitted to transform a dilapidated Montrose textile factory into 26 flats for social rent. The former Chapel Works, also known as Paton’s Mill, was founded in 1795 as a linen and rope works and has been on the buildings at risk register for a number of years after closing in
New McGill owner Graeme Carling has completed his second company purchase of the year with the acquisition of Angus-based electrical, plumbing and heating firm Alliance. With an annual turnover of over £3.5 million, Alliance delivers multi-trades services to commercial, private and public sect
The National Trust for Scotland has unveiled plans to invest more than £700,000 to repurpose a historic House of Dun as a historical park for Angus.
Over 40 ex-nurses of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital near Montrose visited the iconic site on Friday to tour the grounds one last time and cut the turf to mark Sunnyside’s new lease of life as a housing development. During their visit around the grounds of the estate, overlooked by the his
A group of councillors and senior managers from Angus Council visited the sites of the two new purpose-built early learning and childcare centres in Carnoustie and Forfar to see their construction progress.
A strategic plan to deliver more than 500 affordable homes in Angus over the next five years has been approved by councillors. The aspiring Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) was developed by Angus Council in partnership with housing associations and the Angus Health and Social Care Partnershi
Carnoustie town centre got into the festive spirit last weekend with the Christmas lights being switched on in the High Street thanks to the community council, local businesses and volunteers. Community council members, local volunteers, DJ Laing staff, Johnston Electrical Services staff and Santa
Angus Council has bemoaned the loss of a £3 million Tay Cities Deal windfall that was earmarked for a 2,500-home plan in Arbroath. The UK Government announced last week that money originally allocated to acquire the RM Condor Airfield will now go to projects in Crieff, Kinross and St Andrews i
Montrose Port has been selected as the preferred location for the operations and maintenance base for SSE Renewables' Seagreen offshore wind farm.
GL Residential has appointed DJ Laing Contracts to its renovation and new build project due to commence at Seaview in Monifieth. The company has been awarded the contract for the site infrastructure which will be carried out over a six-week period.
Around £100 million has been provided for the construction of over 450 homes on the site of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital and surrounding estate in Montrose. Sunnyside Estates Ltd has undertaken the development as a joint venture between local company Pert Bruce Construction and Edinburg
Bancon Construction has secured a raft of new contracts worth more than £20 million, including significant wins in Inverness. The company has been awarded affordable housing contracts in Inverness with Albyn Housing for 46 units at Torbreck and 36 units at Kinmylies for Highland Council, as we
Around £120 million is to be invested in the Tayside region after Stewart Milne Homes announced plans to deliver more than 350 new homes at developments in Arbroath, Ballumbie and Blairgowrie.
Plans for 22 homes in Newtyle have been approved by Angus Council.
A charity golf day organised by Vista Properties on July 14 at Scotscraig Golf Club, is taking place to raise funds for local children's charity Help For Kids. The event has received fantastic support from the local community and looks to have 19 teams taking part and a range of local businesses spo