Guild Homes a submitted a revised plan to build 216 new homes at Turfbeg West in Forfar.
Planning approval has been granted nine new homes on a former farm steading site in the Angus village of Inverkeilor. The site off Kirkton Road on the east edge of the village sits beside the road leading to popular Lunan Bay beach.
A development by housebuilder Scotia Homes featuring new homes all heated from non-fossil fuel sources has been recognised as one of the most sustainable in the UK.
Angus Council is being asked to participate in a Scottish Government pilot to provide short-term modular accommodation for people from Ukraine, displaced due to the ongoing conflict in their home country. The proposal could see Angus selected by Ministers as one of a small number of pilot areas in S
A consultation is set to begin as Angus Council and Dalhousie Estates engage with local community councils, City of Brechin and District Community Council, and Inveresk Community Council to help shape their proposal for the Angus Rural Mobility Hub in Brechin.
Retailer Home Bargains has received planning permission for £16 million proposals for a retail park in Arbroath. Liverpool-based parent company TJ Morris went before a special Angus Council meeting yesterday with plans for the 3.3-hectare site at Elliot Industrial Estate.
Planning approval has been granted for a new visitor centre and VIP Suite at Glencadam Distillery in Brechin. Working closely with Angus Dundee Distillers since 2019, jmarchitects has developed a proposal that brings a rich visitor experience to the historic whisky site.
Work is to begin next year on the transformation of Arbroath’s historic courthouse into a community hub. Plans have been laid for essential repairs to the roof of the High Street building, eight years after the last sheriff court case was heard there.
Angus councillors have approved plans submitted by Scotia Homes for 146 new homes on the north-western edge of Arbroath. The Ellon-based housebuilder submitted plans for the Crudie Farm site, adjacent to Arbirlot Road West, last year.
Scotia Homes has begun consulting on proposals for a £35 million housing development near Forfar, Angus. The Ellon-based housebuilder has submitted a proposal of application notice for a residential development, incorporating open space and associated infrastructure at land adjacent to Westfie
Work on the £12 million Arbroath (Brothock Water) Flood Protection Scheme is nearing completion, with all main construction works set to be completed by the end of this year. In common with many large-scale construction works carried out in recent times, the flood protection scheme has had to
Voigt Architects has received planning permission for five new houses at Tarriebank by Arbroath. The development will be constructed by local developer Moir Developments on the back of the successful West Newbigging development, and homes are expected to be available in 2023.
Kirkwood Homes and Angus Estates have lost an appeal to build 60 new homes on the greenfield site at the north east edge of Carnoustie. In June this year, Kirkwood Homes submitted an appeal to Angus Council after the local authority refused its planning application in March.
The collapse of Dundee contractor McGill will not affect the installation of smoke alarms to council homes throughout Angus, the local authority has confirmed. The construction company plunged into administration last month with the loss of more than 60 jobs.
Crown Estate Scotland’s ZeroFour innovation hub at Montrose has taken a major step towards its aim of supporting clean, green economic growth in Angus and the north-east, by awarding seven key contracts to four Scottish-based companies. The delivery team, which now comprises an architect, cost