The new owners of Brechin’s derelict former Flicks nightclub have been challenged to crack on with delivering a fresh lease of life for the one-time clubbers’ paradise.
Councillor Kenny Braes
Bin bosses rubbish suggestion complaints will soar after controversial Angus late night collections begin
Bin collection bosses remain bullish over being able to keep complaint rates at a tiny level when controversial late-night collections come into place across Angus next month.
A pop-up skateboarding stunt ramp is up for grabs in Angus after the pioneering piece of equipment was found languishing in a local yard.
An iconic former Angus nightspot is set to go under the hammer in April - at less than half the previous guide price.
Councillors have turned back from a proposal to make a busy Brechin street one-way.
Moves to immediately suspend Angus car parking charges and slash the annual permit cost from £260 to £65 have been blocked.
Early doubts have been cast over plans to create one of Scotland’s biggest solar farms on the Angus/Dundee border.
A motion urging people to shop local and support Angus produce received a guarded welcome from some members at a meeting of councillors.
Angus councillors have been told to fall on their swords over the controversial introduction of parking charges in the county.
Edzell council housing is to be cleared in a regeneration project around the once popular Inglis Court after housing chiefs admitted the development had lost its appeal.