Angus Council

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Empty homes officer Sean Maxwell at one of the properties being transformed Angus Council and the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership are aiming to encourage owners of long-term empty properties to transform them into homes that people would want to live in.

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Angus Council has opened its draft local housing strategy for 2017-2022 for consultation. The local housing strategy identifies where links between housing and other services can help achieve wider social outcomes. It also contributes to the effective integration of health and social care, setting o

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Angus Council has agreed plans to build ten new affordable homes in Brechin. The terraced houses will be developed on the former Damacre Community Centre site.

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The first phase of a £2 million Angus Council housing redevelopment at Viewmount in Forfar is now complete. Following the demolition of unpopular multi-storey flats, work has focused on refurbishing the Steele Park entrance. This has included a new entrance to Reid Park from Viewmount and a new foo

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Angus Council has started a five-week consultation about changes it is proposing for its Common Housing Allocation Policy. The consultation is being carried out between now and January 11 along with housing partners Hillcrest Housing Association, Caledonia Housing Association and Blackwood Homes.

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Angus Council needs to increase the pace of change if it is to meet its £26.5 million savings target, an Accounts Commission report says today. The local government spending watchdog said the council has made progress since 2010, setting out a clear vision, modernising its business processes and im

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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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