Professional services business Turner & Townsend has been selected to support GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) with their capital portfolio management in Montrose.
Plans have been submitted to Angus Council seeking to demolish the former Brechin Infirmary to make way for 44 new homes. In 2018, Brechin Infirmary was considered “surplus to requirements” by NHS Tayside, after healthcare services were moved elsewhere in Angus. It had not been operation
Kirkwood Homes has submitted an appeal to Angus Council after the local authority refused its planning application to build 60 new homes in Carnoustie.
Muir Homes has submitted a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) to Angus Council which outlines its intention to submit a planning application for a residential development on land off Newtyle Road in Muirhead. The developer will now begin a comprehensive programme of community engagement, which wil
Angus Council has rejected plans for a new 62-home housing development in Carnoustie. Kirkwood Homes, in conjunction with Angus Estates Ltd, had drawn up plans to expand the northern edge of the town.
The final planning hurdle has been cleared for the development of the former Strathmartine Hospital on the outskirts of Dundee.
The latest significant milestone in the regeneration of Sunnyside Estate has been achieved with the transfer of the first affordable units to Hillcrest Homes. Representatives from Sunnyside Estate and Hillcrest were joined by the Scottish Government to mark the occasion of the handover of the first
A new family housing development in Angus - built as part of an affordable housing scheme pioneered by rural landowners - has been officially unveiled by cabinet secretary for social justice, housing and local government, Shona Robison MSP. With the assistance of the Scottish Government’s Rura
Plans for a new quayside manufacturing facility have been unveiled at Montrose Port. Aberdeen-based Balmoral Comtec has agreed to invest a seven-figure sum to create an advanced composites manufacturing facility on the quayside at Montrose Port where large scale components for the offshore energy se
Angus Council is to invest £11 million in the area’s roads infrastructure.
New designs have been approved for a £100 million golf resort, hotel and spa which will create hundreds of jobs for Angus and Dundee. Construction will get underway this summer after councillors approved an updated masterplan for the destination.
The completion of 38 new council homes for rent at Arbroath’s Emislaw Drive represents the second phase of Angus Council’s Timmergreens regeneration project in Arbroath – providing affordable housing in re-designed spaces that people can be proud to call home.
Angus Council has approved plans for eight new homes in the village of Monikie.
Ogilvie Homes has failed in its appeal against an Angus Council refusal for more than 80 homes on the outskirts of Forfar.
Inch Cape Offshore Limited has selected Montrose Port as the future operations and maintenance base for its offshore wind farm – which will see up to 72 turbines located 15 km off the Angus coast. The wind farm, owned by Red Rock Power and ESB, will create an initial £5.2 million investm