Rhonda Leith has announced her retiral as chair of Ayrshire Housing’s board. Reflecting on the Association’s achievements over her five-year leadership at a packed AGM this week, Ms Leith said: “It’s great to see our building programme bearing fruit with a series of well-rece
Glasgow-based construction company CCG(Scotland) Ltd has invested a total of £38,000 in community projects across Ayrshire since 2018. The business has also provided jobs, apprenticeships and education opportunities for local residents.
Voting has started to fill four vacancies on Ayrshire Housing’s board. In the tenant section, there are four candidates for two places. In the community section, three community volunteers are competing for two places.
Ayrshire Housing has completed 39 flats in Peebles Street in Ayr to add to its portfolio of over 1,500 houses. The Association’s vice-chair Kenny George welcomed Miss Sharon Bell and her daughter Myrren to their new flat.
Ayrshire Housing is supporting this year’s Ayrshire Doors Open Day. The association has given a grant to the organisers, the Kyle and Carrick Civic Society, to purchase ten more banners to advertise the growing number of venues.