Monifieth campus plans available for scrutiny as pre-planning process begins

Designs and proposals for the new Monifieth Learning Campus are now open for public scrutiny, with engagement events planned as part of the project’s pre-planning process.

Thursday, 28th July 2022, 1:07pm
Monifieth campus plans available for scrutiny as pre-planning process begins

Following Angus Council’s decision to progress with the development, the team delivering the project is now seeking views regarding the Pre-Planning application design proposals.

Councillor Lynne Devine, Children and Learning convener, said: “This is a very exciting time for the Monifieth Learning Campus project as we reveal the initial proposals.

"These are based on the outcomes of previous consultations and have been carefully budgeted.

“However, this is the time when the building starts to move from an abstract idea to actual proposals and people can imagine what it will really be like and give their views.

“I’d like to encourage everyone with a stake in this new building whether their young people are at the high school now or still at primary schools, to either come along and chat to the team or take advantage of the ways to get involved online. We want everyone to be as fully

informed as possible.”

The current design proposals can be viewed in person at several drop-in events when there will also be the opportunity to speak to members of the design team.

These are being held on Tuesday, August 2 any time between 4pm to 6.00pm, at Birkhill Primary School, Dronley Road, Birkhill; Wednesday, August 24 any time between 4pm to 7pm, at Monifieth High School, Panmurefield Road, Monifieth.

Anyone unable to attend the physical events can view the proposals in Monifieth Library or on the Angus Council Website upt to August 26 at

Any comments can be submitted by either attending in person at the events or by writing or emailing to: Director, Education and Lifelong Learning, Angus Council, Angus House, Orchardbank Business Park, Forfar​​​​​​​ or by completing the online survey at

All comments to be recorded must be received no later than August 26. A final drop-in event to display updated design proposals will take place on Thursday, September 15 from 4pm to 7pm, at Monifieth High School.

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