Muirhead, Birkhill and Liff Community Council

The Community Council meets on the third Wednesday of every second month at 7pm in the Birkhill Millennium Hall. All members of the public are welcome to attend. 

The next meetings are:

  • Wednesday 20th March 2024 (starts 7.30pm)
  • Wednesday 15th May 2024
  • Wednesday 17th July
  • Wednesday 18th September
  • Wednesday 20th November

Currently there are 6 Community Councillors (out of a possible 10), representing an area within Angus Council comprising
  • Balruddery
  • Berryhill
  • Birkhill
  • Flocklones
  • Fowlis
  • Liff
  • Lundie
  • Muirhead
  • and Piperdam

If you are interested in becoming a community councillor, please get in touch via our Community Councillors page.

The AGM is held in September.  Residents are welcome to attend the meetings but if you have a particular issue to raise it would be helpful (but not essential) to let us know in advance. Items to be raised can be placed as comments on Facebook or emailed to the Community Council.



Muirhead, Birkhill and Liff Community Council was formed in January 2011 by the amalgamation of the previous two community council areas of Lundie, Muirhead and Birkhill with Fowlis, Liff and Balruddery following the reorganisation of Community Council areas by Angus council in 2010.

The community council area is a mixture of rural farming and residential homes serving a vibrant commuter habitat for Dundee, Perth and the East of Scotland. There are a number of small villages and hamlets within the area and each reflect its own individual nature with a mix of traditional and modern homes both large and small. Within the area there are four Churches, two schools, a medical centre, a post office, pharmacy, small supermarket and fuel station, two licensed hospitality premises, a leisure centre and spa, golf course, bowling club, three community halls a Scout hall and numerous farms.

Natural wildlife is in abundance with plenty of native flora and fauna, a sanctuary for Red Squirrels and plenty of opportunity for walking to take in the beauty of the area via the Sidlaw Path network and protected woodlands.


Situated on the north western periphery of Dundee the area forms the south west corner of Angus and borders Dundee City Council and Perth and Kinross Council local authority areas. The eastern boundary is at Birkhill on the A923 approximately 5 miles from DundeeCity centre and the area continues along the A923 for approximately 6.5 miles until the western boundary meets Perth and Kinross Council at Oakwood near the highest point in the area Lundie Craigs at 353 metres. The northern boundary commences at Denhead on the B954 and extends to the most southern point at Huntly Farm access Road on the Benvie road approximately 5 miles away.