The following applications have been lodged with Angus Council’s planning department during the last week:-
Erection of sun room and extend existing roof at The Farmhouse, Burnside Of Kirkbuddo, Forfar (Mr Steven Brown).
Installation of a BT broadband cabinet which provides super-fast fibre optic broadband at 33 Roods, Kirriemuir (British Telecom).
Proposed conversion of existing buildings to form housing at land at Slade Farm, Carmyllie (John P Gray & Sons).
Alteration and extension to house at Airlie Cottage, 17 Kellas Road, Wellbank, (Mr Fraser Sturrock).
Extension to house at 3 Applehill View, Wellbank, (Mr & Mrs D Webster).
Installation of a BT broadband cabinet which provides super-fast fibre optic broadband at Telecommunications Equipment PCP23, Queen Street, Forfar, (British Telecom).
Recladding of existing Kia showroom at showroom and workshop at Queenswell Road, Forfar (Kia Fiskens Forfar).
Among the applications lodged with Angus Council during the previous week were the following:-
Proposed offices (two storey), stores and car park using existing access (all matters except access reserved) at joinery workshop and builders yard; existing use of land and buildings (areas 1-4) in conjunction with adjacent joiners and building use; erection of scaffolding store building and erection of a canopy at joinery workshop and builders yard, Douglastown, Forfar (RS Hill Joiners & Building Contractors Ltd).
Extension to house, single storey garage and alterations at Spott Cottage, Glen Prosen, Kirriemuir (Mr & Mrs Steven White).
Full details on all the applications lodged can be viewed on the Angus Council website.