The Hillside Address was heard again in a tranquil corner of Angus during a commemoration celebrating the connection between Robert Burns and the lesser-known figure of sculptor Adam Christie.
Fears have been expressed that someone may be injured or killed at the former Sunnyside Hospital site, as reports of children gaining entry to the site continue almost daily.
Developers have successfully cleared the first hurdle in the redevelopment bid for the site of Scotland’s oldest asylum which could eventually be the setting for more than 500 new homes.
The multi-million pound redevelopment of the former Sunnyside Hospital is poised to take a major step forward after an approval recommendation from Angus planning officials for the sprawling site north of Montrose.
A £100 million plans to transform Angus’ former asylum into housing has hit an early stumbling block following a government agency’s objection to its plans.
Road safety and school capacity issues have been flagged up in a cautious welcome for development proposals centred around the former Sunnyside Hospital.
The former Sunnyside Hospital near Montrose has been sold to a locally-led partnership in a seven-figure deal.
A cautious welcome has been given to the news that Sunnyside Hospital is set for sale and could be on the brink of major redevelopment.
The former Sunnyside Hospital on the outskirts of Montrose is in the final stages of being sold.