Angus Council

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The collapse of a contractor involved in an affordable housing project in Angus will have no financial impact on the local authority, councillors have been told. Northern Ireland construction firm T&A Kernoghan fell into administration in April owing thousands of pounds to suppliers.

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A modified draft of the Angus Local Development Plan (ALDP) has been agreed which identifies land for the development of around 330 new homes per annum across the area to 2026. Given the green light by Angus Council this week, the plan also gives continued support for existing sites and brownfield o

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Angus Council has started work to transform the old Chapelpark School in Forfar into high quality affordable homes. Over the course of the next 16 months, the £5.6 million project will deliver 29 affordable council homes for social rent within the empty B-listed buildings, comprising 18 one-bedroom

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Plans for an anaerobic digester plant with the capacity to produce enough energy for 3,000 homes have been given the green light by Angus Council. The Courier has reported that the Hatton Farm project by Clova Renewables will stretch over almost two hectares to the south of the A92 Dundee to Arbroat

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The Scottish Government has announced a new £25 million fund to help bring an estimated 500 new affordable homes specifically to rural areas. The Rural Housing Fund aims to increase the supply of long term affordable housing in rural areas over the next three years, by assisting the building of new

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A new partnership has been launched to tackle the problem of empty homes across Dundee and Angus. The project between the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership, Dundee City Council and Angus Council, is set to launch this week to help bring some of the region’s long-term privately owned empty homes bac

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Iain Gaul Angus Council is to introduce a new housing model for the over 60s which aims to provide more choice with a mix of retirement and sheltered housing.

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A major move towards the transformation of the Abbey quarter of Arbroath has been revealed this week. Over the next few weeks, demolition contractor Safedem will continue to raze the four blocks of empty council flats at Guthrie Hill and Smithy Croft.

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The work to integrate health and social care services in Angus has taken another step forward with the Scottish Government’s approval of the Angus Integration Scheme. The integration of adult health and social care is part of the Scottish Government's programme of reform to improve outcomes for ad

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