An Angus councillor has warned greater consideration should be given to which projects receive common good cash, fearing the “whittling” away of funds may lead to problems if urgent repairs are required on common good properties.
Councillor Alex King
The Angus Cycle Hub is back on track to plan for its future after Angus Council agreed a community asset transfer of its new base in Arbroath.
Angus Council has been warned it risks “another St Cyrus” unless it takes tough action on illegal Travellers.
Angus councillors are to re-examine the vexed question of charges for the county’s off-street car parks –but only the process of how the controversial system came into being.
A wave of political posturing has engulfed the dredging licence row which it has been claimed could threaten the future prosperity of Montrose port.
A detailed stocktake of assets across Angus is to be taken in a bid to build an exact common good register for local burghs.
Angus Cycle Hub has hit a major bump in the road over plans for a Community Asset Transfer of its new Arbroath base.
Councillors have approved the conversion of a prominent Arbroath property into an 11-bed guest house in the face of a host of local objections over lack of parking.
Sunbed salon objectors have taken a tanning in their bid to block a new shop on Montrose High Street.
Angus’s most senior councillor has backed a tougher line against planning offenders who fail to take enforcement notices seriously.