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Monifieth Learning Campus


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Monifieth, Angus
Angus Council
August 2026
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New education and community campus in Monifieth

Robertson is constructing a new education and community campus on the site of the existing Monifieth High school. The accommodation will support and enhance the experience of learners and optimise passive design, including heat recovery to achieve a low carbon agenda with a high-quality build.



Angus Council has funded the capital investment for the project, which is part of Phase Two of the national Learning Estate Investment Programme (LEIP). The council will benefit from Scottish Government revenue funding once the project is complete, aligned to the outcomes set out in the LEIP. The final design has been developed to meet Passivhaus requirements which will deliver an energy efficient building with a high level of user comfort.

State-of-the art education and sports facility

Angus Council’s aspiration for the project is to provide a state-of-the-art education facility that will be fully used all year round. As part of the project the existing high school will be replaced with the new facility and amenities, including a swimming pool, athletics area to Sport Scotland standards, sports pitches (synthetic and natural) and enhanced learning and teaching environments

This new learning campus will have a hugely positive impact on the education of young people. Monifieth High School has high aspirations for all of its young people, and now it will soon have a building to match this ambition. I am thrilled that we have been able, through the diligence of officers and partners, to be able to fund this outstanding addition to our already impressive school estate.
Councillor Lynne Devine
Angus Council

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The Passivhaus school was directly awarded to Robertson Construction Tayside by Angus Council through the Procurement Hub Major Projects Framework 2 (MPF2).