The findings from the Brechin charrette are set to be discussed at a full meeting of the Angus Council on Thursday (June 18).
Councillors are to be given the reports on both the Brechin charrette, which took place in February, and the Carnoustie charrette which took place in March.
It is recommended in the report that councillors note the outcomes of the two charrettes, and approve the framework for the actions identified within each report.
It is also being recommended that, due to the success of the two charrettes, the councillors approve a programme for the rollout of further charrettes in Angus. The proposed timetable includes one in Forfar in September this year, followed by Montrose in October and Arbroath in early 2016.