Angus’s most senior councillor has backed a tougher line against planning offenders who fail to take enforcement notices seriously.
Councillor Alex King
A pledge has been made that Angus Council will not miss the boat when it comes to spending almost £100,000 on Arbroath maritime projects before an end of year deadline.
Anger as ethic watchdog clears SNP councillors of any wrongdoing over Damacre Centre spat with community council
A community council has been left “appalled” after SNP councillors were cleared of any wrongdoing by a watchdog.
The mortuary chapel at the centre of Arbroath’s Western cemetery is to be transferred to the town’s Hospitalfield Trust in a long-term lease deal.
RNLI bosses say they have closed the chapter which blemished the proud 215-year history of Arbroath lifeboat station following the return of the town’s all weather boat to the water after six months out of service.
The top boss of RBS needs to be “taken by the scruff of the neck” over a raft of closures which have “totally failed” Angus, it has been claimed.
The wheels have come off plans to expand the services offered by Angus Cycle Hub after its bid for £50,000 from the Arbroath Common Good Fund was thrown out.
A stark warning over a funding gap for the ambitious 30-year Angus schools programme was delivered as Angus Council fired the starting gun on the far-reaching strategy bring new builds, merged campuses and closures.
Noise experts are to monitor music levels at a top Tayside resort venue in a bid to end an eight-month row with a resident on the estate.
Brechin’s first new council houses for three decades will be built on the site of the town’s Damacre Centre after a failed eleventh-hour community bid to halt the project.