Legal challenge against council’s decision to demolish leisure centre fails

A property developer who claimed that a Scottish local authority’s decision to demolish a leisure centre was “unlawful” has had his legal challenge dismissed.

Published 17 February 2020

Housing association to build 300 new homes with £13m funding

Allia C&C has issued a £13 million Scottish charitable bond to Angus Housing Association to help build 300 new affordable homes over the next three years.

Published 5 February 2020

Angus agrees plans for new housing project for adults with learning disabilities

New supported housing for adults with a learning disability is to be developed in Forfar after plans were agreed by Angus Council, Angus Health and Social Care Partnership and Caledonia Housing Association.

Published 28 January 2020

£70m housing and industrial park planned for Carnoustie

Plans for a new £70 million housing and industrial park in Carnoustie have moved forward with the submission of an application to Angus Council.

Published 9 January 2020

Social housing plan for vacant Montrose textile factory

Plans have been submitted to transform a dilapidated Montrose textile factory into 26 flats for social rent.

Published 8 January 2020

McGill owner acquires Angus-based Alliance Electrical

New McGill owner Graeme Carling has completed his second company purchase of the year with the acquisition of Angus-based electrical, plumbing and heating firm Alliance.

Published 23 December 2019

House of Dun set for £700,000 restoration

The National Trust for Scotland has unveiled plans to invest more than £700,000 to repurpose a historic House of Dun as a historical park for Angus.

Published 23 December 2019

Former nurses cut turf Sunnyside Royal Hospital development

Over 40 ex-nurses of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital near Montrose visited the iconic site on Friday to tour the grounds one last time and cut the turf to mark Sunnyside’s new lease of life as a housing development.

Published 17 December 2019

New early learning and childcare centres take shape in Angus

A group of councillors and senior managers from Angus Council visited the sites of the two new purpose-built early learning and childcare centres in Carnoustie and Forfar to see their construction progress.

Published 17 December 2019

Angus Council approves plan to increase affordable homes

A strategic plan to deliver more than 500 affordable homes in Angus over the next five years has been approved by councillors.

Published 28 November 2019

And finally... DJ Laing helps Carnoustie shine bright during festive season

Carnoustie town centre got into the festive spirit last weekend with the Christmas lights being switched on in the High Street thanks to the community council, local businesses and volunteers.

Published 27 November 2019

Angus ‘disappointed’ at loss of Tay Cities funding for housing development

Angus Council has bemoaned the loss of a £3 million Tay Cities Deal windfall that was earmarked for a 2,500-home plan in Arbroath.

Published 28 October 2019

Montrose Port preferred location for Scotland's largest offshore wind farm

Montrose Port has been selected as the preferred location for the operations and maintenance base for SSE Renewables' Seagreen offshore wind farm.

Published 9 October 2019

DJ Laing Contracts wins Monifieth housing development contract

GL Residential has appointed DJ Laing Contracts to its renovation and new build project due to commence at Seaview in Monifieth.

Published 3 October 2019

£100m for housing redevelopment of historic Angus hospital

Around £100 million has been provided for the construction of over 450 homes on the site of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital and surrounding estate in Montrose.

Published 22 August 2019