A derelict swimming pool in the centre of Montrose has undergone a huge community-led transformation and will reopen its doors to the public as the long-awaited Montrose Playhouse on October 8 with a showing of the 25th Bond Movie - ‘No Time to Die’
Dundee-based contractor McGill has been awarded a £230,000 contract by Angus Council to carry out the end-to-end process of installing photovoltaic (PV) solar panels at Brechin Community Campus.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland plans to submit an application for Planning Permission in Principle to Angus Council next month after it completed two online public consultation events for the provision of around 40-50 new homes through the development of land at Victoria Street, Monifieth.
Angus Council's plans to demolish a former sheltered housing complex in Edzell and replace it with 21 new affordable homes have been put on hold after the local community came out against the proposals. The £3.5 million affordable housing project would have delivered air-tight,
John Lawrie Metals Ltd has announced plans to construct a new dedicated decommissioning facility at Montrose Port for offshore oil and gas infrastructure which has reached the end of its service life, to help meet demand for the service in the North Sea. The firm has signed a 12-year lease with Mont
Barratt & David Wilson Homes has lodged a Proposal of Application Notice with Angus Council outlining its plans for a new housing development to the north of Monifieth.
Taylor Wimpey is to host a second online public consultation event ahead of a planning application for Planning Permission in Principle for the provision of around 40-50 new homes through the development of land at Victoria Street, Monifieth.
Montrose Port Authority has awarded a contract to a Moray firm for the supply and installation of a new pontoon to service the Seagreen Offshore Wind Farm. Lossiemouth-based Inland & Coastal Marina Systems UK Ltd will install a new 30m pontoon at the port to allow crew vessels access to the
Angus Council and Sustrans are set to fund £200,000 in improvement works to reduce the flood risk on the national cycle path at Elliot Links, Arbroath. The council's executive sub-committee approved £100,000 of funding on Friday and the remaining £100,000 will be funded by Sustrans
Guild Homes has submitted a £50 million plan to build 245 new homes on the edge of Forfar. If approved, the plans will expand its Strathmore Fields development near Forfar’s community campus.
Taylor Wimpey has lodged a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) with Angus Council to add 50 more homes to its Victoria Grange development in Monifieth. The housebuilder said developing a slice of land between the existing site and the A92 is a “logical” extension to the 3
The site of a former school in Carnoustie is to be transformed into new homes for Angus Council. The 105-year-old Kinloch Primary School was demolished in 2010 with initial plans for the site including a retail development led by Sainsbury’s and Greggs.
Plans have been submitted to build 250 new homes in a plan to redevelop the site of the one-time luxury Letham Grange resort hotel in Angus. Previously dubbed the ‘Augusta of the North’, the mansion-house hotel has fallen into increasing disrepair since its closure ten years ago.
Proposals for a new community hub have been revealed as part of the £100 million regeneration of the historic Sunnyside Hospital in Angus as the next phase of new homes are brought to the market. The new 50-home development set in 64-acre estate grounds is part of more than 450
Stewart Milne Homes is hoping to increase the number of homes at its major Monarch Rise development in Arbroath. The firm has so far completed 171 private homes at the development. A further 111 affordable homes have been constructed at the site on the northern edge of the town.