Angus Council has secured a six-figure buyout for a former Forfar market garden site that developers want to convert into affordable housing.
Councillors are being asked to approve two plans for new council housing developments on former school sites in Arbroath and Forfar. Angus Council hopes to deliver around 90 new homes on St Thomas RC primary school in Arbroath’s Seaton Road, and Forfar’s Taylor Street
Angus Council and Dalhousie Estates have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to develop a clean growth business park, with supporting infrastructure, in Brechin.
Repairs contractor MPS has pulled out of a £10 million contract to maintain council homes on behalf of Angus Council after less than a year stating that the contract is "unsustainable" in its current form.
A new masterplan has been brought forward that proposes the delivery of around 300 new homes, public open space and associated infrastructure adjacent to Westfield Loan in Forfar.
Kirkwood Homes has reduced the number of new properties at its proposed Carnoustie development following discussions with Angus Council.
Angus Council has agreed to the demolition of the former Lochside Centre in Forfar, following repeated attempts to secure a sustainable future for the building.
Guild Homes has submitted plans to Angus Council to double its housing development in West Turfbeg.
McGill has been awarded a £212,000 contract to install solar photovoltaic panels at Websters High School and Southmuir Primary School in Kirriemuir. The Dundee-based contractor and renewables expert will carry out the entire project from end to end, with the scoping and design phases being han
An updated masterplan for a £100 million golf resort, hotel and spa in the Angus countryside has been submitted to the local authority for planning consent. Developers behind 'The Angus' have said the project represents one of the biggest hospitality investments in Scotland in recent years and
A church in Brechin is set to be put up for sale and could be purchased for just £70,000. The old Maison Dieu Church has lain empty for several decades but could now be given a new lease of life.
Angus Council has pressed on with its plan to demolish a former sheltered housing complex in Edzell and replace it with 21 new affordable homes. Inglis Court is a retirement complex with 24 one-bedroom properties, as well as a three-bedroom house, which was formerly the warden’s home.
Angus Council and Crown Estate Scotland have agreed to work together to develop a clean growth enterprise hub and supporting infrastructure in Montrose.
Detailed designs for 146 new homes, a quarter of which will be affordable, have been submitted for the north-western edge of Arbroath. Ellon-based housebuilder Scotia Homes wants to develop arable land at Crudie Farm, adjacent to Arbirlot Road West.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has submitted an application for Planning Permission in Principle to Angus Council for the provision of up to 50 new homes through the development of land at Victoria Street, Monifieth.