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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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Plans for a £100 million redevelopment of a former hospital site near Montrose have hit a potential stumbling block after concerns were revealed by Historic Environment Scotland. The mixed-use development, called Sunnyside Park, will see the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site in Hillside transfor

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Bruce Forbes, director, Angus Housing Association and Jason MacGilp, chief executive, Cairn Housing Association, shaking hands on site to seal the development partnership at Muirlands Park, Arbroath Two housing associations have announced their intention to work in partnership to contribute to the d

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Developers behind plans for a £100 million redevelopment of a former hospital site near Montrose have now submitted the proposals to Angus Council. The former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site in Hillside was acquired by Montrose-based Pert Bruce Construction Ltd and Edinburgh based FM Group from NHS T

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Developers have submitted revised plans for a housing project in Angus following requests for amendments by the local authority and Caledonia Housing Association. Angus Council granted permission in 2015 for 42 homes and 40 flats at the former Taymouth Engineering Works site in Carnoustie.

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Proposals for the infrastructure projects which will benefit from more than £1.84 billion of planned investment as part of the Tay Cities Deal have been laid out in a submission document. Set out as a series of “asks” and “offers” across 100 pages, the Tay Cities Deal submission lists over

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Dundee-based Abertay Housing Association is to embark on its first venture in Angus with the development of affordable homes on a derelict site in Forfar. Under plans submitted to Angus Council, the near £2 million project will see the creation of 18 flats for older people at New Road.

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Ogilvie Construction has been awarded the contract to build the new two-storey golf centre extension at Carnoustie Golf Links. The new building will provide a state-of-the-art golf practice and training facility along with a modern bar and restaurant with magnificent views over the golf course.

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An Angus firm has launched a legal bid to sue a health and safety company following the death of a worker at a quarry. Arbroath based D Geddes (Contractors) Ltd has lodged an action at the Court of Session against Neil Johnson Health and Safety Services Ltd, of Clarkston, Glasgow.

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Cruden Homes and Angus Housing Association have announced plans to invest almost £5 million to continue the successful regeneration of the Mid Craigie estate in Dundee. The investment will see 42 new homes built on the site of the former Mid Craigie Primary School, known locally as the “Rainbow

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The collapse of a contractor involved in an affordable housing project in Angus will have no financial impact on the local authority, councillors have been told. Northern Ireland construction firm T&A Kernoghan fell into administration in April owing thousands of pounds to suppliers.

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Developers have purchased the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site in Angus from NHS Tayside, paving the way for a new housing, retail and commercial development. The hospital, in Hillside near Montrose, has been acquired by Montrose based Pert Bruce Construction Ltd and Edinburgh based FM Group in

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A modified draft of the Angus Local Development Plan (ALDP) has been agreed which identifies land for the development of around 330 new homes per annum across the area to 2026. Given the green light by Angus Council this week, the plan also gives continued support for existing sites and brownfield o

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