Angus Council has approved its budget for 2019/20. A wide ranging package of measures was agreed to ensure the council can support its communities to be strong, resilient and citizen-led, while tackling a £15.3m funding gap.
Published on Thursday 21 February 2019
Angus Council is to progress with plans to demolish Lochside Leisure Centre in Forfar and reinstate the common good land it sits upon on back to parkland for the local community as agreed at
Published on Thursday 21 February 2019
Angus Provost, Cllr Ronnie Proctor presented representatives of the Scottish Charity Air Ambulance with a cheque for £3000 today.
Published on Thursday 14 February 2019
Please be aware of emails in circulation that refer to the Council Tax and claim to be from Angus Council.
Published on Thursday 14 February 2019
From Monday 8 April 2019 you may notice a change to the time that we collect your bins. From that date, our waste and recycling collection crews will be working between 6am and 10pm.
Published on Wednesday 13 February 2019
“Be loved up, not stitched up” is the message from our trading standards team and Financial Harm Sub Committee this Valentine’s Day.
Published on Tuesday 12 February 2019
Angus Council today (7 February 2019) approved Councillor Braden Davy as the new economic development spokesperson.
Published on Thursday 7 February 2019
Angus Council has partnered with Living Streets Scotland, part of the UK charity for everyday walking, to run a wide-reaching programme to encourage more children walk to school.
Published on Friday 1 February 2019
Important changes are being made to our recycling centre services. Changes are aimed at achieving necessary savings through increased recycling and more efficient use of our people, equipment and recycling centres.
Published on Wednesday 30 January 2019
Plans to enhance the delivery of Housing Adaptations Services for disabled people in Angus, including Care and Repair services, were approved by our Policy and Resources Committee on today (29 Jan).
Published on Tuesday 29 January 2019
At next week’s Children and Learning Committee (Tuesday 29 January) Members will hear the recommendation for Angus Council to formally endorse the decision not to close Stracathro Primary School (
Published on Friday 25 January 2019
Recycling our waste has never been more important – economically and environmentally there is a growing global focus on recycling to save.
Published on Thursday 24 January 2019
A radical proposal for a new joint integrated community learning campus shared by Angus, Dundee and Perth & Kinross councils will be put to all three councils in their forthcoming committees next week.
Published on Friday 18 January 2019
Scottish Government Secretary for Justice Humza Yousaf MSP was welcomed by staff at the Glen Isla Project on his visit to hear about the excellent work undertaken at the centre.
Published on Wednesday 16 January 2019
An invitation is being extended Angus-wide to businesses and the public to work with the council to develop options to pay for parking and make it as easy as possible for the public to pay to park.
Published on Friday 11 January 2019
Angus Health and Social Care Partnership and Angus Council have introduced two new adult support services to promoting suicide prevention and reduction, as well as early intervention in support of vulnerable Angus people.
Published on Thursday 10 January 2019
Angus Council is reviewing payment choices for its off-street car parks with plans to introduce an option to pay by cash.
Published on Thursday 10 January 2019
An additional £50 million investment in the Tay cities region will support manufacturing businesses and the delivery of the Cross Tay Link Road.
Published on Tuesday 8 January 2018
Children at Ladyloan and Muirfield primary schools were perhaps more excited than most as they returned to school for the spring term in Arbroath today.
Published on Tuesday 8 January 2018
We want to send out a big thank you to all our young people in Angus for their efforts during 2018 – the Year of Young People.
Published on Friday 28 December 2018
Carnoustie businesses have signed up for our new Comfort Partnership Scheme – which provides free alternative toilet provision for members of the public.
Published on Thursday 27 December 2018
The 147th Open at Carnoustie generated a £120 million benefit to Scotland, according to an independent study revealed by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Published on Monday 24 December 2018
Work to redevelop and improve Forfar Recycling Centre continues in the New Year.
Published on Friday 21 December 2018
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas and, as the festive holiday approaches, I would like to take this opportunity to offer you all my very best wishes for the Season.
Published on Friday 21 December 2018
Angus Councillors moved offices today from 5-7 The Cross, Forfar, to the former Access Office in the Municipal Buildings, with some additional office space in the Town and County Hall.
Published on Thursday 20 December 2018
Congratulations to the 11 young Angus people and their two young leaders who marked the completion of their Youth Exchange with a presentation at the Webster Theatre in Arbroath earlier this week.
Published on Thursday 13 December 2018
Please be aware that the recycling centres can be very busy over the festive period and so you may experience some delay when visiting.
Published on 13 December 2018
The excellent working relationship between Angus Council and Baker Hughes, a GE Company (BHGE) was further reinforced today (13 Dec) through a commitment to work positively together on future projects.
Published on Thursday 13 December 2018
A joint anti-bullying campaign with Angus Council,
Published on Wednesday 12 December 2018
The £700-million Tay Cities Deal represents a good deal for the region and a good deal for Angus, elected members were told at the recent meeting of full council.
Published on Tuesday 11 December 2018