Angus Council is the unitary authority serving the county and providing the leadership, local services and infrastructure for its 110,000 citizens.
Our Vision for Angus is that it will be a place where a first class quality of life can be enjoyed by all.
We have set five priorities that we believe will help us deliver this vision. Working closely with our partners we want to create communities that are:
And we work hard to ensure that our organisational values are embedded in all that we undertake.
We aspire to:
Our main office is Angus House, in Forfar but we have offices and deliver our services in each of the county’s seven burghs and throughout the community. With over 5,500 staff we are the largest employer in the county and make a major contribution to the local economy.
The current political administration of the council is:
Liberal Democrat 1
In September last year, the council agreed to move to a new streamlined three directorate structure – People, Communities and Resources – and a small chief executive’s unit (report 521/12) – and this came into effect on 1 April.
We have a record of effective service delivery - consistently achieving high satisfaction ratings from customers (www.angus.gov.uk/citizensurvey) - and sound financial management. You can access information about our achievements and performance at www.angus.gov.uk/performance.