Angus Council

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The Scottish Government has announced a new £25 million fund to help bring an estimated 500 new affordable homes specifically to rural areas. The Rural Housing Fund aims to increase the supply of long term affordable housing in rural areas over the next three years, by assisting the building of new

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A new partnership has been launched to tackle the problem of empty homes across Dundee and Angus. The project between the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership, Dundee City Council and Angus Council, is set to launch this week to help bring some of the region’s long-term privately owned empty homes bac

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Iain Gaul Angus Council is to introduce a new housing model for the over 60s which aims to provide more choice with a mix of retirement and sheltered housing.

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A major move towards the transformation of the Abbey quarter of Arbroath has been revealed this week. Over the next few weeks, demolition contractor Safedem will continue to raze the four blocks of empty council flats at Guthrie Hill and Smithy Croft.

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The work to integrate health and social care services in Angus has taken another step forward with the Scottish Government’s approval of the Angus Integration Scheme. The integration of adult health and social care is part of the Scottish Government's programme of reform to improve outcomes for ad

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Angus Council has brought a previously unoccupied housing block back into use by creating four self-contained flats to be used by young people leaving care. Thanks to funding from the Scottish Government, the accommodation in Arbroath is supported “on-site” via a training flat and office accommo

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Scottish Government ministers have provisionally upheld plans to develop a former psychiatric hospital in Dundee into hundreds of new homes. Plans for Strathmartine Hospital in Baldovan, to the north of Dundee, had originally been approved by Angus Council despite strong opposition from neighbouring

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Miller Homes has been granted planning permission by Angus Council for a development of 164 homes including 43 affordable properties on the site of the former Ashludie Hospital in Monifieth. The development will comprise of a mixture of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bed private family homes alongside 1, 2 and 3 bed

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Planning councillors have approved the first phase of a “well-considered proposal” for the residential redevelopment of a former Angus open prison. Developers hope to turn the former HMP Noranside estate, which was a working prison until 2011, into 48 homes.

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Plans have been announced for a new residential development in Arbroath. Persimmon Homes has applied to Angus Council to build 230 new properties on a site at East Muirlands Road, Arbroath.

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Work has started on Angus Council’s £4.7 million scheme to convert a former primary school in Forfar into affordable housing. Local contractors Andrew Shepherd Construction Limited moved on to the site last week to begin the first phase of the project which will eventually provide 25 flats and fo

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Angus Council has completed its new housing development in Carnoustie’s Camus Crescent with families settling in to their new surroundings. The 16 new affordable houses have been built on the site formerly occupied by Camus House.

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