Angus Council

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The Zinc House at Monikie has been named as the winner of the Angus Design Awards Building of the Decade. The awards, held at Hospitalfield House in Arbroath, celebrate the very best of building, design, development and restoration in Angus over the past ten years. Their purpose is also to inspire a

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Plans to enhance the delivery of housing adaptations services for disabled people in Angus, including Care and Repair services, have been approved by Angus Council. A report to the policy and resources committee were yesterday asked members to agree a contract procurement strategy for the supply and

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Angus Council has signed up to support the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Make a Stand campaign to support victims of domestic abuse. The local authority’s first step in the campaign was to appoint a champion to drive its activity in this area, with councillors Craig Fotheringham and L

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The Chapelpark transformation by Angus Council took the Housing Award The outcomes of the prestigious 2018 ‘20th Anniversary’ SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration were announced last night at a celebratory presentation event in Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel.

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Sean Maxwell (right) with housing minister Kevin Stewart MSP The Empty Homes Service shared by Angus and Dundee councils has won a prestigious national award in recognition of its success at bringing vacant property back into use.

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Representatives of the UK and Scottish governments joined four local council leaders and business and academic chiefs in Perth yesterday to formally sign the £700 million Tay Cities Region Deal. Officially agreed at a ceremony at Perth & Kinross Council’s HQ this morning after months of negot

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Angus Council has issued a call for entries as it launched a region-wide search to find the Building of the Decade in its Angus Design Awards 2018. The council wants to hear from building owners and designers about new developments, restoration or conversion work that has been completed between 2008

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Plans to deliver more modern, higher quality properties for Angus Council tenants in the Timmergreens area of Arbroath are moving forward, the local authority has said. Council tenants and residents in Timmergreens were consulted on proposals to improve the environment and quality of life in the are

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As new tenants prepare to move in to new homes delivered on a revitalised Forfar landmark, Angus Council wants to give the community a chance to see just how new life has been breathed into a building and grounds that had until recently been surplus to need. An Open Day is being held at Academy Cour

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The completion of Angus Council’s regeneration of Demondale in Arbroath was marked on Friday with the handover of four newly built homes in Noran Avenue. A transformation of the area has taken place over the last 12 years or so, with a succession of housing renewals and environmental improvements.

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The townscape around the historic Arbroath Abbey is beginning to change as 40 new homes begin to emerge in the Abbey Quarter. Twelfth century meets the 21st on the rise just off the A92 Montrose Road in what is the latest clear signal of efforts to transform and reconnect the town and its people - p

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