The subjects comprise former garden ground for the Abbey Bank House, offering the opportunity to develop 9 residential dwellings.
The site extends to 1.2 acres or thereby and includes the derelict lodge house, situated at the entrance to Springfield Terrace. Surrounding properties comprise a mix of residential dwellings.
Arbroath is the largest town in Angus, with a range of manufacturing, retail and service businesses and a vibrant high street shopping area within its heart. The town has a population of approximately 25,000 persons and is located on the east coast of Scotland, some 15 miles north east of Dundee and 48 miles south of Scotland's oil capital Aberdeen on the A92 coastal trunk road.
More precisely, the subjects lie to the north of Arbroath town centre within an established residential area. Springfield Terrace forms the eastern boundary of the site with housing to the south, allotments to the east and Hayshead Road to the north. The approximate location is shown by the OS Plan to the site.
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