Angus Council’s communities committee has approved its Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) through which it is estimated that around 550 affordable homes could be built throughout the region over the next five years. The SHIP prioritises investment in new affordable housing across Angus,
Angus Council has appointed design and consultancy firm Arcadis to take the Arbroath, A Place For Everyone project, aimed at improving access and promoting active travel, through design development to completion in the next four years. In July 2019, the Scottish Government announced that funding und
Housebuilder Guild Homes is seeking to overturn a 'disproportionate' financial contribution on one of its latest projects. The firm is appealing to the Scottish Government to reduce how much Angus Council is asking it to play towards cheaper homes at development on land south of Gardyne Street in Fr
Aberdeenshire-based Bancon Construction has secured a batch of new contracts valued at more than £25 million, paving the way for continued growth into 2021. The new business will see the company working in Aberdeen, Dundee, Nairn and Inverness, following Bancon’s first contract win in th
Plans have been lodged by National Trust for Scotland (NTS) to seek permission for five new homes at the former Millfield Garden Centre in Montrose. A supporting statement said the project, which is close to the William Adam-designed House of Dun, will bring the brownfield l
Angus Council is to build around 20 new council houses in Edzell as part of its commitment to provide affordable homes for rent in rural communities as well as larger towns. Plans have been submitted for a development that would replace the council-owned retirement unit at Inglis Court.
Angus councillors are being advised to reject a housebuilder's surprise £250,000 bid for sheltered housing in Edzell which is set to be knocked down and replaced. Final preparations are underway to empty the homes at Inglis Court and replace the 25 homes with 21 new properties after the counci