Forfar councillor Lynne Devine has been appointed as Angus Council’s Older People’s Champion. At the meeting of Full Council on Thursday, a motion by Kirriemuir & Dean councillor Julie Bell to appoint an Older People’s Champion and for Cllr Devine to fulfil that role was unanim
Angus Council is to accelerate a pandemic-delayed programme of council house repairs. The local authority’s planned stock improvement investment is £2 million behind schedule for the year, largely due to the lockdown.
Scotia Homes has submitted plans to build almost 150 new homes, a quarter of which will be affordable homes, on the land at Crudie Farm on the north-western edge of Arbroath. A proposal of application (PAN) notice submitted to Angus Council details plans for the open farmland site which ha
Historic railway sheds in Newtyle are to be transformed into new homes after the residential development secured permission from Angus Council planners. The B-listed buildings, which were once the terminus of the Dundee and Newtyle Railway, are to be converted into six new homes in the village.
Strathmore Homes has criticised Angus Council after a development in Monikie was rejected on the grounds there are already enough homes in the area. The plans, which were submitted to the council last September, would have seen an existing house on land next to Monikie Primary School demolished
A new repairs contract that aims to improve the service that tenants currently receive has been agreed by Angus Council. Beginning on April 1, the three-year responsive repairs and voids contract could be extended further to 2026.
Plans for 57 new homes in Edzell have been approved by Angus Council despite concerns about potential traffic issues in the area. Developer Guild Homes is expected to start work on the homes within a month after Angus Council’s development standards committee granted permission for the sc
Local contractor and renewable technologies experts Alliance Electrical Services will soon begin a £300,000 programme of work to install smoke detectors in partnership with Angus Council. Beginning with a programme of work to fit smoke detectors in more than 600 homes in Arbroath, the installa
Angus councillors will be asked to consider a range of measures proposed by the council on Thursday. These include budget proposals which seek to keep costs to residents low while encouraging businesses and improving infrastructure, as well as to support those in need and ensure excellence in educat
Angus Council has approved Scotia Homes' consultation for a proposed 125-home development in Forfar. Scotia Homes can now proceed with the launch of a new webpage that will detail its ambitions for what it calls “Glenview”, south of Westfield Loan and west of Strathview.
Angus Council has appointed MPS to manage the maintenance of council homes in the region.
The detailed masterplan for a £70 million Angus residential and business development is set to be approved by Angus Council. Five years after permission in principle was granted for the Pitskelly scheme at Carnoustie, Angus development standards councillors are being recommended to conditional
Angus Council is launching a £100,000 campaign to turn empty properties into homes that people want to live in.
Angus Council’s communities committee has approved its Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) through which it is estimated that around 550 affordable homes could be built throughout the region over the next five years. The SHIP prioritises investment in new affordable housing across Angus,
Housebuilder Guild Homes is seeking to overturn a 'disproportionate' financial contribution on one of its latest projects. The firm is appealing to the Scottish Government to reduce how much Angus Council is asking it to play towards cheaper homes at development on land south of Gardyne Street in Fr