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A derelict site in Arbroath could be set for 20 new homes under plans submitted on behalf of Hillcrest Homes. Comprising five two-storey blocks, the application proposes a mix of affordable homes in the former grounds of Abbeybank House on Springfield Terrace.

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Allia C&C has issued a £13 million Scottish charitable bond to Angus Housing Association to help build 300 new affordable homes over the next three years. The Association's proposals will see excellent quality, affordable housing provided across Angus and Dundee.

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New supported housing for adults with a learning disability is to be developed in Forfar after plans were agreed by Angus Council, Angus Health and Social Care Partnership and Caledonia Housing Association. To be built on the site of the previous Gables Care Home, the new facility will replace the e

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Plans for a new £70 million housing and industrial park in Carnoustie have moved forward with the submission of an application to Angus Council. Commercial manager Gavin Watson (left) and David Laing, chairman of DJ Laing Group, at the Pitskelly site

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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