Postgraduate students from the University of Dundee are helping to shape the development of rural ’20-minute neighbourhoods’ (20MNs) throughout Angus.
A care home has been fined £20,000 for health and safety failings which led to the death of a vulnerable 90-year-old man.
Angus Council has confirmed that £200,000 additional funding is now available through the Angus HeatWell (Round 2) Scheme.
Angus councillors will be asked to consider a range of measures proposed by the council when they meet on Thursday. These include budget proposals which seek to meet a significant funding gap, while supporting those most in need and keeping costs to residents as low as possible.
The Beech Hill House in Forfar will be the new home for residents of The Gables Residential Care Home for Adults, Angus Council has revealed. The decision follows a lengthy options appraisal process and consultation with Gables residents, their families and other stakeholders.
Enormous challenges lie ahead for Angus Council as it seeks to make massive savings and still provide high standards of services to its communities, the local authority has warned. A perfect and damaging storm – with the medium to long-term implications of Covid-19 and Brexit on local governme
A total of 44 new homes are earmarked for construction at the site of Brechin Infirmary, which is set for demolition. Earlier this week, Angus Council cleared the way for the demolition of the infirmary, bringing an end to hopes of the site being saved for community use.
Angus Council is being asked to participate in a Scottish Government pilot to provide short-term modular accommodation for people from Ukraine, displaced due to the ongoing conflict in their home country. The proposal could see Angus selected by Ministers as one of a small number of pilot areas in S
Angus residents can drop-in to free cost of living roadshows in Brechin and Forfar to get advice on dealing with rising food costs, money savings, benefits and support available from Angus Council and key partners across the area. The Brechin Cost of Living Roadshow is on Wednesday 30 November at Br
Councillors in Angus are to consider a Medium-Term Budget Strategy (MTBS) this week which describes in detail the financial crisis that the local authority faces over the next three years. As well as rising inflation and energy costs, the council is affected by the rising cost of construct
Angus councillors have approved plans submitted by Scotia Homes for 146 new homes on the north-western edge of Arbroath. The Ellon-based housebuilder submitted plans for the Crudie Farm site, adjacent to Arbirlot Road West, last year.
The first free Angus cost of living roadshow was held on Wednesday 5 October to give advice to people concerned about the rising cost of living. Over 200 Angus residents attended to get professional advice on dealing with rising fuel and food costs, money savings and benefits as well as information
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.
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
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has lost a planning appeal over a proposed new development in Monifieth. The firm submitted a planning application to build 50 homes at the Victoria Street development last October.