The A90/A937 south junction Angus councillors have given the green light to a multi-million pound Montrose business park after rejecting a Scottish Government planning condition regarding a Laurencekirk transport junction.
The development of a new £39 million Community Campus in Forfar reached an important milestone on Wednesday after contractor Robertson Tayside ‘topped out’ the building. Celebrating the completion of the highest point of the structure, construction will now focus on making the building wind and
DJ Laing group sales director Karen Nicholl was at Forfar Sheriff Court for the verdict Angus civil engineering firm DJ Laing (Contracts) Ltd has been fined £32,000 over an accident that left a 17-year-old employee permanently disfigured and facing arthritis in his legs, The Courier has reported.
Scottish Government ministers have provisionally upheld plans to develop a former psychiatric hospital in Dundee into hundreds of new homes. Plans for Strathmartine Hospital in Baldovan, to the north of Dundee, had originally been approved by Angus Council despite strong opposition from neighbouring
Arbroath’s skyline is being transformed by the multi-million pound replacement of two of the town’s seats of learning at Warddykes and Timmergreens. Angus Council’s children and learning convener, Councillor Sheena Welsh was joined by local councillors and council officers at the Warddykes dev
Work has almost been completed on ten new homes across two sites in Carnoustie and Inverness for Houses for Heroes Scotland. The developments are shortly to be handed over to charity Scottish Veterans Garden City Association (SVGCA) and will soon be occupied by veterans. Both projects are being deli
The cost of an Angus schools project has increased by more than £1.6 million before a brick has been laid. The rising cost of the Arbroath Schools Project will go before councillors at a meeting today, during which the aftershock of Muirfield Contracts’ demise will be felt.
The construction of the new Timmergreens and Warddykes primary schools in Arbroath has been delayed by around six weeks because of a contractual issue with a contractor. Work on the £11 million project to replace the schools will now start in March.
An Arbroath quarry operator has been fined for serious safety failings after a dumper truck driver died when his vehicle reversed over a stop block to the quarry floor below. Joseph Troup, 76, from Forfar, had worked for D Geddes (Contractors) Ltd at its Hatton Mill Quarry in Kinnell, Froickheim for
A £5 million hydro scheme for one of Scotland’s most protected natural sites has been given the green light by Angus councillors.
Detailed plans for 80 homes and the possible provision of a new health centre at Friockheim have now been lodged with Angus Council. The Evening Telegraph reports that Guild Homes (Tayside) Ltd is seeking approval for the development of 80 houses, including 16 affordable properties, along with open