Jim Whiston, director of Ayrshire Housing and Gerry Lindsay, managing director at Hansel Social care provider Hansel and Ayrshire Housing have announced the transfer of ownership of a number of homes across the region into the housing association’s portfolio.
Maybole resident Kiern McCulloch with his Cocker Spaniels Ayrshire Housing has announced the winners of this year's pet competition.
Board member Mike Tomlinson (left) and director Jim Whiston at the Befriending Project Ayrshire Housing always supports charities at this time of the year which complement its own community and housing work.
Eydent Conference at Gailes Hotel Irvine A major housing conference titled Meeting the Challenge will take place in Irvine later this month.
Attendees at Ayrshire Housing’s annual general meeting have been informed of the Association’s secure financial health and a positive feedback report from its tenants. Provost of South Ayrshire Council, Helen Moonie was welcomed to the event which took place at Ayr’s Savoy Park Hotel.
Ayrshire Housing has supported a series of summer coaching sessions organised by Whitletts Victoria Junior Football Club. A grant from the Association paid for goals, balls, bibs and other training aids. The sessions were held at the John Pollock Centre and were open to children and young people in
Council leader, Douglas Campbell (centre) provides lunch after a football session at the John Pollock Centre in Ayr Hundreds of children in Ayr North and Girvan have benefited from more than 7,000 healthy lunches served up at activities taking place during the summer break.
There is stiff competition for places on Ayrshire Housing’s Board as members get prepared to vote. Two tenants are competing for one vacancy in the Board’s five strong tenant section whilst in the community category, community members have eight candidates to choose from for the four vacancies.
Winners of the poetry competition - Louissa Robertson, Mackenzie Cameron, Martin Calder (back row); Sally Hutchison, Morgan McNeillie, Analise Melvin and Kai McLean (front row) Ayrshire Housing is pleased to have supported Newton Primary School’s Scottish poetry competition for a second year. The
Ayrshire Housing is pleased to support the community shop in Barr, one of Ayrshire's "prettiest villages".
Ayrshire Housing and South Ayrshire Council have launched an innovative online mutual exchange service. Free to tenants across the UK, it’s designed to be easy to use on a smartphone. Tenants can create their own advertisements with photographs and then search for possible swaps by location and ho
Councillor Helen Moonie and Ayrshire Housing director Jim Whiston The Provost of South Ayrshire, Councillor Helen Moonie, has launched Ayrshire Housing’s latest development in the village of Dailly.
Tim Stone (centre) receiving a cheque from Ayrshire Housing Board members Georgina Dawson and Sandy Paton Four charities which help those facing homelessness or financial pressures have received a share of £2,000 thanks to Ayrshire Housing.
Ayrshire Housing tenants at the AGM Attendees at Ayrshire Housing’s 2016 Annual General Meeting heard that the Association’s finances remain healthy and its staff are meeting the challenging delivery targets set by the Board.
A development of 22 flats and houses on the main road into Ayr’s town centre has been officially opened after being delivered by Ayrshire Housing. Opened by pupils from the neighbouring Newton Primary School, the homes on King Street are grouped around a courtyard called Cross Gait.