Uploads today

Happy Friday everyone!

I have been uploading lots of minutes and agendas to your community council pages. If you’ve sent stuff in the past week, please check to see whether or not it’s there; hopefully it should be.

Please remember to always send minutes and agendas to communityplanning@angus.gov.uk and not any council officer’s personal email address. This is to ensure we can file everything appropriately and allows all members of the Community Engagement Team to access the files in case there are any queries.

Thanks for your help and have a wonderful weekend!

Thanks to Karen Bryan for use of the image under Creative Commons licence.


Uploads Today

Firstly, we hope you all had a fantastic Pancake Day yesterday! What toppings did you go with; old favorites or did you try something new? Let us know by commenting below! ūüôā

Added to the site today (Wednesday 18 February 2015):

Inveresk Community Council

Planning report for meeting on 16th Feb 2015

Strathmartine Community Council

Minutes 29 Jan 2015

Auchterhouse Community Council 

Agenda 19 Feb 2015


9th Feb 2015

Inveresk Community Council seek new Chairperson

Inveresk Community Council are in need of someone to be co-opted as Chairperson after Duncan Smedley steps down.

Community Council Chairpersons have responsibility in relation to management of the community council as well as ensuring:

  • Meetings are run competently;
  • Discussion and decision making is democratic;
  • Relevant matters are discussed;
  • All community councillors abide by the code of

Full support and training provided. If you, or anyone you know, may be interested in this exciting opportunity please contact Kevin Ditcham on DitchamK@angus.gov.uk. Please share as widely as possible via social media/email/conversations within your networks and communities!

Breath of fresh air

Views sought on new national strategy to tackle air pollution.

A consultation has been launched on proposals aimed at making Scotland’s air amongst the cleanest in Europe.

For the next 12 weeks, the Scottish Government is formally seeking views on its draft national Low Emission Strategy.

It sets out action already being taken by the Scottish Government and its agencies, health boards and local authorities to tackle air pollution. It also contains proposals for improving air quality across the country by, for example, better co-ordinating policies at national and local level.

You may wish to respond as a community council, or as an individual. For more information, click here.


Kevin, Lynn and the rest of the team who provide support to community councils in Angus wish you a very Merry Christmas and our very best wishes for 2015!

We look forward to working with you all closely in 2015 and beyond.

Relax, have fun and have a great time with your loved ones!