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
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
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
The latest significant milestone in the regeneration of Sunnyside Estate has been achieved with the transfer of the first affordable units to Hillcrest Homes. Representatives from Sunnyside Estate and Hillcrest were joined by the Scottish Government to mark the occasion of the handover of the first
Angus Council, Perth & Kinross Council and BT have completed infrastructure works that bring a significant investment to the region’s communication network to deliver ultrafast broadband by Spring 2022.
The completion of 38 new council homes for rent at Arbroath’s Emislaw Drive represents the second phase of Angus Council’s Timmergreens regeneration project in Arbroath – providing affordable housing in re-designed spaces that people can be proud to call home.
Angus councillors will be asked this week to consider a range of measures proposed by the council. These include budget proposals that seek to meet a significant funding gap, respond to the challenges and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and keep costs to residents as low as possible, while supportin
Councillors are being asked to approve two plans for new council housing developments on former school sites in Arbroath and Forfar. Angus Council hopes to deliver around 90 new homes on St Thomas RC primary school in Arbroath’s Seaton Road, and Forfar’s Taylor Street
Repairs contractor MPS has pulled out of a £10 million contract to maintain council homes on behalf of Angus Council after less than a year stating that the contract is "unsustainable" in its current form.