The Town of Arbroath – An East Coast Gem

When the name Arbroath is mentioned many connections, past and present spring to mind.

Historically Arbroath is synonymous with the signing of the Declaration of Independence taking part in the towns Abbey way back in 1320. This important event put Arbroath firmly on the Scottish map as a very notable town.

Arbroath also known for its famous smoked haddock delicacy and now a European registered product, the “Arbroath Smokie” is an undeniable benefit belonging to the town of Arbroath. Providing the town with a personal signature, this unique product is sought after in many fine restaurants around the country.

Strategically located on the east coast with access to the north – south main rail link and the forthcoming dualling of the A92, now currently under construction, Arbroath is fast becoming the commuter town for cities such as Dundee and Aberdeen.

Locally, Arbroath has all the services that is required to allow the functioning of such a

diverse town, hospital facilities with a maternity unit, industrial estates at Elliot and Kirkton, two secondary schools, recreation and sports centres, swimming pool, library, new marina within the harbour, outdoor leisure activities, clean beaches, coastline and cliff top walks, two golf courses and the famous Carnoustie golf course is just a 15 minute drive away. Choosing to live in Arbroath has also the added benefit of competitive local tax band rates.

Arbroath has much to offer the existing and incoming resident.