Angus Council

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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.

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Angus residents are invited to drop into a free Cost of living roadshow at Arbroath FC grounds at Gayfield Park on Wednesday 5 October 2022 between 11am and 3pm to find out about support available with the increase in the cost of living. The Angus Community Planning Partnership is bringing organisat

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Muir Homes' plan to build 136 new homes on the edge of Forfar has been delayed after planning officials urged Angus Council's area development standards committee to reject it. The developers hope that the Westfield Loan development would eventually comprise of 300 houses.

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Angus Council has approved plans for five new houses to be built on the site of the former Carmyllie quarry. At their peak, Carmyllie’s quarries employed around 500 individuals. The site near Arbroath moved from roofing slates to quarrying pavement stone for towns and cities. However, operatio

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Residents of Coronation Gardens were greeted by Angus councillors and officers in Montrose as they moved into their new homes at Coronation Gardens. Representing a £1.4 million investment in council housing, the development makes use of vacant land at Forties Road that was part of Rosehill Res

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The £2 million council housing development at Mayfield Terrace in Arbroath is now complete and will help to meet demand for one-bedroom properties in the town. The project has revitalised a once empty site that was created when old low-demand flats were cleared away several years ago as a key

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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

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Angus Council is putting £100,000 towards fighting food poverty in the local area. The money is a slice of the £1.672 million provided to Angus via the Scottish Government’s £80mLocal Authority Covid Economic Recovery fund, which is designed to provide targeted support for bu

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Funding projects to support local businesses and people through the Covid-19 Pandemic recovery and ongoing economic hardships were approved at yesterday's Angus Council meeting. A total of £1,672,000 will be distributed across the county during 2022-23 and be directed at key areas of concern.

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Angus Council wants to hear from any community groups, companies or organisations that have a project that could transform their community if it had funding support. With a total fund of £624,000 for capital projects or programmes based in Angus, the council is now welcoming expressions of int

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Angus Council, working in partnership with Stagecoach and other local transport providers and with funding from the Scottish Government Winter Wellbeing Fund is offering everyone in Angus access to free bus travel during the 2nd week of the Easter school holidays from Saturday 9 April to Monday 18 A

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A total of 12 youth projects have been chosen by young people in Angus to receive funding totalling more than £90,000 through our yearly Power of Youth cash awards. The project demonstrates Angus Council’s commitment to participatory budgeting and is part of the core youth work funding t

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