Ayrshire Housing

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Councillors have granted planning permission for an application to build 25 social homes in Tarbolton. The plans, which are part of a wider development, relate to a parcel of land at the Croft Street and the Westport area of the village. Behind the proposals are Hayhill Developments Ltd, of Mau

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Plans have been lodged to build 25 social houses on a patch of land in Tarbolton. The plans, which are part of a wider development, relate to a parcel of land at the Croft Street and the Westport area of the village. Behind the proposals are Hayhill Developments Ltd, of Mauchline, and the agents in

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Ayrshire Housing has completed of one of its largest affordable housing projects to date. The £8 million development in Troon has created 52 new houses and cottage flats. All have been built to with energy efficiency in mind with high levels of insulation including triple glazing.

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An Ayrshire town centre social housing development is taking shape as The JR Group completed the erection of a large-scale steel frame for 31-flat project on Carrick Street in the heart of Ayr, just across from the famous Gaiety Theatre. During a visit to the site on Friday, Councillor Martin Kilbri

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Ayrshire Housing has announced two senior appointments as Jennifer McCann joins as head of housing and communities and Carine Strain becomes the new head of property and development. Ms McCann previously worked at Ardenglen and Barrhead Housing Associations, while Ms Strain has worked in property fu

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The local Ayrshire community has benefited from more than just new affordable homes, thanks to the ‘added value’ aspect of the current development programme being progressed by Ayrshire Housing in partnership with Cruden Building West. Four new jobs have been created, including a four-ye

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Six existing members were re-elected to the volunteer board of Ayrshire Housing at its AGM last Wednesday with one new member joining the team. A postal ballot for the seven places saw the arrival of new board member Kelsey Kane, the CEO of Ayr-based homelessness charity SeAscape.

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