ACCESS and libraries services join together in Brechin, Kirriemuir and Monifieth

Angus Council ACCESS offices change

From Monday 29 May, libraries and ACCESS services will join together in Brechin, Kirriemuir and Monifieth libraries.

ACCESS services include helping with forms and general advice about Council services. The move to the libraries will give customers access to IT resources to help them access Council services. ANGUSalive staff will help customers to use the digital technology.

The next step will be moving ACCESS services in Carnoustie to Carnoustie library.

For more information see ANGUSalive news.


Launch of New Affordable Housing Development Webpages

Anyone interested in affordable housing in Angus can now new web pages.

The new web pages provide information on location and type of homes being built, the developer, the expected completion dates, and how to apply.

New developments currently available to view on the new web pages are:

  • East Muirlands and Noran Avenue in Arbroath,
  • Anderson Street in Carnoustie,
  • Chapelpark and Viewmount in Forfar and
  • Ashludie in Monifieth.

These new web pages are part of our commitment to provide better information about new affordable housing in Angus.

Photo of John Morrow and Patricia Millar and the new website

Pictured at the launch of the pages are John Morrow, Service Manager – Housing and Patricia Millar BEM from the Tenants’ Steering Group

Help for Home Buyers


Help for home buyers

LIFT Open Market Shared Equity Scheme helps people on low to moderate incomes who want to buy a home on the open market but cannot afford to meet the full price of a home. This is a key step for people aiming to buy their first home.

If you are interested in the scheme see the LIFT leaflet and the Link Housing website.