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Plans have been approved for a new £14.5 million shared campus for Hayshead and St Thomas RC primary schools and early years facility in Arbroath. Angus Council’s development standards committee yesterday gave the go-ahead for the demolition of the existing primary school and the subsequent const

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(from left) Walter Scott, Steve Smith and Cllr Ron Sturrock Angus Council’s determination to turn £3 million of public investment into £100m of private sector money and create more than 200 jobs in the process, has received national recognition.

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Oilfield services group Baker Hughes General Electric (BHGE) is to build a subsea manufacturing campus in Angus to support the global oil and gas industry. Backed by a £4.9 million grant from Scottish Enterprise, BHGE has committed £31m to the facility, based at its existing location in Montrose,

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The townscape around the historic Arbroath Abbey is beginning to change as 40 new homes begin to emerge in the Abbey Quarter. Twelfth century meets the 21st on the rise just off the A92 Montrose Road in what is the latest clear signal of efforts to transform and reconnect the town and its people - p

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Plans to replace Monifieth High and Grange Primary School with an all-through school are among a range of improvement options for the school cluster approved by Angus Council yesterday. Councillors on the children & learning committee agreed to begin discussions on the following options:

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Plans to replace the Gables Care Home in Forfar with a modern purpose-built supported housing complex for adults with learning disabilities have taken a significant step forward. Angus Council’s policy and resources committee yesterday approved a two-year project for the replacement of the old car

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Angus Council officials are set to rule on a key stage in the Arbroath Primary Schools Project the authority's Children & Learning committee considers a recommendation for a shared £14.5 million campus for Hayshead and St Thomas Primary schools in Arbroath. At their meeting on Tuesday, the comm

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Plans have been lodged for a new retail development on the site of a former school in Carnoustie. Cumbrae Property Ltd plans to transform the Kinloch Primary School site into a development featuring an outlet from bakery firm Greggs alongside a new 6,000sqft Sainsbury’s food store.

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Councils in Tayside have lost a legal bid to win damages from a local quarry merchant they claim supplied faulty materials for roadworks. Tayside Contracts, the commercial trading arm of Angus, Dundee and Perth & Kinross councils, raised an action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh following a

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A £26 million housing-led regeneration in the Timmergreens area of Arbroath can begin in earnest after councillors gave the plan the green light. The five-year masterplan will see 140 properties demolished and replaced with around 128 new houses and “own door” flats of no more than two storeys.

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Planning permission has been granted for a retail park on the site of a former distillery in Montrose. Developers Kilmac launched an application for a large 22,000 square foot retail unit and two 12,000 square foot units with 172 car parking spaces, and junction improvements at the Brechin Road site

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Plans have been submitted for a £6 million housing development on a former hospital site in Arbroath. Chamberlain Bell Developments Ltd has applied to create 49 homes on the 2.2 hectare site of Little Cairnie Hospital in Arbroath, which closed in 2015.

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