Roadworks now underway across Angus

The maintenance programme will last for four weeks.The maintenance programme will last for four weeks.
The maintenance programme will last for four weeks.
Angus Council this week started a programme of road maintenance and improvements across the county, which is set to last for the next four weeks.

Surface dressing will be carried out at the following sites:-

Week 1 – C23 at Airlie and Cairnleith, C24 at Clintlaw and Peel, U390 Backwater and C28 Burnside.

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Week 2 – C30 at Cortachy, C31 at Shielhill, Miltonbank and Careston, C33 Lochty and A935 Balwyllo.

Week 3 – A934 at Carcary, C42 Farnell, C57 Little Lour, U337 Kirkton of Auchterhouse and C9 Leoch.

Week 4 – Carriageway sweeping and road markings.

Full details on the surface dressing process can be found on the council’s dedicated surface dressing web page at

Generally, work will be carried out between 8am and 6pm.

It will also be weather-dependent and can be delayed by cold, damp weather or hot, humid conditions.

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A council spokesperson said: “Notices will be in place locally to advise residents and traffic control measures will be in place while work is carried out. Please do not leave your car parked on the road or footways when and where work is due to start.

“Vehicle and pedestrian access to properties should be maintained while work is carried out. We would ask people to expect some delays and to travel at a reduced speed through any areas where work in ongoing and observe speed restrictions at all times. Thank you for your assistance and consideration.”