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Preparatory work marking the physical and visible start of the Flood Protection Scheme in Arbroath is underway.
Published on Tuesday 17 November 2020
According to some estimations, people across the world will take more than 1.4 trillion photographs in 2020.
Published on Tuesday 17 November 2020
We are introducing a new recycling service that will see unwanted carpets transformed into state-of-the-art horse riding surfaces.
Published on Monday 16 November 2020
Leader of Angus Council, Councillor David Fairweather today reiterated the council’s support to combat the rise of COVID-19 across Angus and reduce the pressure on the NHS in Tayside.
Published on Thursday 12 November 2020
Eighteen young people have taken the next step in their career after starting an 18-month Modern Apprenticeship (MA) programme with Angus Council.
Wednesday 11 November 2020
Our new housing allocation system – Angus Homefinder - is now live. You can now apply for housing online using our new system via our Find a Home webpage.
Published on Wednesday 11 November 2020
…They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning
Published on Wednesday 11 November 2020
From 6am on Friday 13 November, the protection level in Angus will move from Level 2 to Level 3.
Published on Tuesday 10 November 2020
Angus residents have proved themselves to be among the very best in the land when it comes to recycling household waste. The drive by people in Angus to recycle more has resulted in the county placing second out of 32 Scottish local authorities in 2019, with a household recycling rate of 59.1%.
Published on Tuesday 10 November 2020
A few of our schools have reported positive cases to our local Health Protection Team.
Monday 9 November 2020
Angus Council has received planning approval to build 10 new affordable Council houses for rent in Montrose.
Published on Monday 9 November 2020
A statement by Angus Provost Ronnie Proctor “The Coronavirus Pandemic has impacted upon our society in a way that none of us could have contemplated less than a year ago.
Published on Friday 6 November 2020
Over the last six months, youth workers from our Communities Team have worked closely with young people through online learning, outdoor activities and detached youth work, providing them with vital support.
Friday 6 November 2020
Angus Council’s Community Plan Performance (CPP) Report approved at council on 5 November 2020, highlights the wealth of activity comp
Friday 6 November 2020
On Thursday 6 May 2021 residents in Angus will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them in the Scottish Parliament.
Published on Friday 6 November 2020
Technical issues that led to the delay in the start of our new Choice Based Lettings system have now been fixed. We are pleased to state that the Angus Homefinder will now go live on Wednesday 11 November.
Published on Friday 6 November
Working together to tackle poverty in Angus
Wednesday 4 November 2020
Due to technical issues beyond our control, we are not able to launch our Choice Based Lettings System as scheduled today. We are working to resolve this matter as quickly as possible and will provide further updates as soon as they are available. Our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Published on Monday 2 November 2020
Angus Council has set out its commitment to build around 20 new affordable Council houses for rent In Edzell.
Published on Friday 30 October 2020
Our ACCESSLine will revert to out of hours services an hour early on Monday and Tuesday next week (2 and 3 November). The out of hours service will operate from 4pm rather than 5pm on these two days only. This is to allow for Contact Centre staff training.
Published on Friday 30 October 2020
A Review of Parking in Angus People will be asked to have their say and help shape the future of parking in Angus. The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in, what will be by March 2021, a near year-long suspension in off-street parking charges.
Tuesday 27 October 2020
We are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Housing and Regeneration Category of the SURF Awards. These are the same national awards that we won two years ago in recognition of our highly praised housing project at Academy Court in Forfar.
Published on Friday 23 October 2020
Work to resurface an area of footway on Forfar’s Montrose Road is scheduled to start from Thursday, 29 October.
Published on Friday 16 October 2020
Our new housing allocation system – Angus Homefinder – which aims to put the power of choice in the hands of Angus home seekers – launches next month. In preparation for this Choice-based Lettings System and as we move services online, we will no longer accept paper housing application forms from Friday 16 October.
Published on Tuesday 13 October 2020
Here is a great chance to celebrate the efforts and achievements of our young people. We are calling on anyone who knows a young person who has made a difference to nominate them for an Angus Youth award.
Published on Friday 9 October 2020
Agreement has been secured for proposals to spend the Angus Fund, a £26.5 million UK Government capital investment fund for projects in Angus, which is part of the Tay Cities Deal.
Published on Monday 5 October 2020
Road resurfacing is scheduled to start in Arbroath’s Lochlands Street (B964) from Monday 12 October. For safety reasons, the road will be closed for approximately one week (weather permitting) while work is carried out by Tayside Contracts. As such, the movement of vehicles and pedestrians will be affected.
Published on Monday 5 October 2020
The next phase in work to lay an onshore cable bringing power from the Seagreen Offshore Wind Farm to Scotland is due to commence at Carnoustie Golf Links from this week.
Published on Monday 5 October 2020
We are backing Challenge Poverty Week with a range of online events and awareness raising sessions to highlight the support available for people living with or facing poverty.
Friday 2 October 2020
Drop-in services for people who cannot access Angus Council’s services online or by phone, are returning to local libraries.
Published on Friday 2 October 2020