Angus Council has completed its new housing development in Carnoustie’s Camus Crescent with families settling in to their new surroundings. The 16 new affordable houses have been built on the site formerly occupied by Camus House.
Minister for housing and welfare, Margaret Burgess, visited Arbroath last week to see how work to develop a derelict site into affordable homes, commercial and community space is moving on in earnest. The minister was taken on a tour of the Baltic Mill site by Angus Council housing officers.
Work has almost been completed on ten new homes across two sites in Carnoustie and Inverness for Houses for Heroes Scotland. The developments are shortly to be handed over to charity Scottish Veterans Garden City Association (SVGCA) and will soon be occupied by veterans. Both projects are being deli
Councillor Glennis Middleton (left) with Gowrie Care chairperson, Janet Lynch Councillor Glennis Middleton, convenor of the social work and health committee in Angus, opened a new modern and high-tech residential autism care facility in Brechin last week.
Angus councillors will be asked to approve the building of 300 houses on the outskirts of Forfar. According to The Courier, the near 18-hectare development by Elite Homes (Tayside) Ltd at Turfbeg will change the shape of the town at its north-western reaches and border the soon-to-begin Forfar Commu
A public consultation has given residents the chance to find out more about plans for an affordable housing development in Forfar. Angus Council has submitted a planning application to convert the former Chapelpark primary school into 29 new homes.