We’re calling on residents of the Timmergreens area in Arbroath to get involved in the conversation about how the neighbourhood will look for years to come.
The people of Timmergreens can influence the plans for the area and to hear what the community thinks, we will hold a key public consultation event next week.
Come along to:
Arbroath United Cricket Club
Keptie Road, Arbroath
on Thursday 5 July
from 3pm to 6pm
Housing spokesman, Cllr Craig Fotheringham said:
I want as many people as possible who either live or have a stake in the Timmergreens area to come along and have their say. They can help to shape and influence the layout of the homes and environment, and how it can best work for them.
The project, which involves the demolition of 140 flats, was approved by our Communities Committee in August 2017. It is aimed at providing more modern properties, a better environment, and improving people’s overall quality of life. New homes will be built at Emislaw Drive, Spitalfield Place, Newton Avenue and Muirton Road.
The Timmergreens area was identified for regeneration (see our previous post) due to its higher than average numbers of low demand properties (which is characterised by a small waiting list, high numbers of empty houses, high refusal rate and low level of tenancy sustainment).
For more details see Angus Council news.