As part of its commitment to promote and improve energy efficiency and reduce fuel poverty, Angus Council is working in partnership with Scarf (Save Cash and Reduce Fuel) on a project aimed at the area’s private sector housing. Contractors Qualis Scotland Ltd and Diversity Energy Solution
A £700 million programme that will boost economic prosperity across Tayside and north-east Fife was confirmed today with the formal signing of the Tay Cities Region Deal.
Parts of a former Brechin school have been used in the construction of new affordable homes in a nod to the town’s history.
Building is underway at Angus Council’s new housing development in Mayfield Terrace, Arbroath, which will see 14 one-bedroom council flats being made available for affordable rent.
From tomorrow people will be able to see available properties on Angus Council’s new Angus Homefinder website and be able to bid for the home they want. Going live and making properties available for prospective tenants to bid on is the last stage of the council’s move to Choice Based Le
In the latest part of Angus Council’s determination to make the local housing market as accessible as possible for home seekers, 22 affordable homes will be built at Victoria Grange in Monifieth.
Angus Council has received planning approval to build 10 new affordable council houses for rent in Montrose. Situated on land previously used by the Rosehill Resource Centre, this new project in Coronation Way will be another valuable addition to social rented accommodation in Montrose. This project
Angus Council has revealed its Joint Child Poverty Local Action Plan 2020 which highlights how partners pulled together to support local people and the community before and as the COVID-19 pandemic hit and sets out actions needed to continue to help those struggling with the increasing financial har
Angus Council is to build around 20 new council houses in Edzell as part of its commitment to provide affordable homes for rent in rural communities as well as larger towns. Plans have been submitted for a development that would replace the council-owned retirement unit at Inglis Court.
Angus councillors are being advised to reject a housebuilder's surprise £250,000 bid for sheltered housing in Edzell which is set to be knocked down and replaced. Final preparations are underway to empty the homes at Inglis Court and replace the 25 homes with 21 new properties after the counci
Angus Council has been shortlisted in the Housing and Regeneration Category of the SURF Awards. These are the same national awards that the council won two years ago in recognition of its highly praised housing project at Academy Court in Forfar.
Proposals from Angus Council of how to spend a £26.5 million capital investment fund have now been agreed by the UK Government. The Angus Fund is part of the Tay Cities Deal, which comprises the local authority areas of Angus, Dundee City, Perth & Kinross and the north east part
Angus Council is to commence a new housing allocation system from the start of November that it said will put the power of choice into the hands of local home seekers. The choice-based lettings system will see the council and its housing partners – Blackwood Homes, Caledonia Housing Associatio
Angus councillors will be asked to agree a raft of papers this week which describe the measures taken by the local authority in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the harsh economic impacts that are now emerging as it moves through the recovery phases. At their meeting, the full Angus Counci
Partners involved in the proposed Tay Cities Deal have reaffirmed their desire to sign the final deal.