Angus Economy Reports
Angus Council has commissioned a number of reports into its key industry sectors in order to identify support and growth opportunities to achieve a successful and sustainable economy.
The Angus Tourism Barometer is a collaborative initiative with VisitScotland and local tourism businesses. The results provide an overview of tourism performance in Angus.
An analysis of all industry sectors focusing on secondary economic and labour market statistics. Undertaken in May 2016, its purpose is to help the Business Angus team inform economic development plans and activities up to 2025.
Published in December 2015, the aim of this study was to gather evidence of current and future barriers to growth facing engineering and manufacturing firms operating within the region and to use this to develop plans for supporting businesses.
Published in May 2015, this study was a follow up to one undertaken in 2009, to determine the changes in bedroom stock in Angus, the challenges faced by the businesses and the potential investment opportunities offered by the growth in tourism up to 2025.
Agriculture and the ancillary industries are vital to the prosperity and sustainability of rural economies. This report highlights vital issues that challenge farming today. The study was funded by Aberdeenshire, Angus and Moray Councils, Scottish Enterprise, HIE Moray and Forestry Commission Scotland. View the Land Based Sector Infographic for Angus
Tourism is a key sector of the economy in Angus. The destination offers a wide range of tourism products, including golf, coastline and beaches, town centres and individual attractions as well as the natural landscape and scenery of the Angus Glens. This report presents the findings of the Angus Visitor Survey based on the responses of visitors to the area between July 2016 and June 2017.
This is a summary of the annual tourism trends research undertaken for Angus Council by Global Tourism Solutions (UK) Ltd.
Food & Drink is an important sector for Angus, both in economic terms and for its contribution to the culture and heritage of the area. This report develops a baseline assessment for the size, profile and outlook for the sector locally.