East Ayrshire Council

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Barratt West Scotland and East Ayrshire Council have partnered on its first affordable housing project to bring 21 affordable housing units within the grounds of a new housing development at The Scholars in Kilmarnock. The affordable houses were delivered as part of a larger private housing developm

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East Ayrshire Council has approved plans for a new 95-home housing development at Dalshalloch Wood near the village of Auchinleck. In February this year, LMA Architects submitted an application on behalf of Fitzsimmons Construction Ltd seeking permission for 95 homes on the Mauchline Road site at Da

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Three new board members have been appointed to support the work of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) in Scotland. Kerry Clayton, governance and compliance manager at Elderpark Housing, Helen Merriman, housing services manager at East Ayrshire Council, and Paul Scott, director of operations at

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Russell Roof Tiles has supplied sustainable and long-lasting concrete roof tiles to support the vital re-roofing of a social housing project in East Ayrshire. The upgrade project has been delivered by A.C. Whyte, an energy efficiency contractor in the major refurbishment of social housing for local

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Allan Dorans MP visited Phase 2 of New Cumnock’s £8.97 million flood protection works recently to receive an update from the Ayrshire Roads Alliance and the main contractor, Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd. Mr Dorans was joined onsite by Councillor Neal Ingram, cabinet spokesperson for

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An app to help the owners of shared properties in Edinburgh repair their buildings has been so successful in its first year it is already being rolled out by two other local authorities in Scotland. Developed by the City of Edinburgh Council with tech company Novoville, a new app launched in April l

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The official ground-breaking has taken place at two new housing developments in East Ayrshire this week. Mill O’ Shield Road in Drongan and Quarry Knowe in Auchinleck are being delivered by CCG (Scotland) on behalf of East Ayrshire Council with both projects extending a strategic housing partn

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At a special meeting of East Ayrshire Council cabinet, an investment of £182.7 million in the area's housing was agreed upon, which will help ensure that local communities have access to a range of good quality affordable homes.

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The ground has been officially broken at a new housing development in Kilmarnock that will see 43 new East Ayrshire Council homes being built for older ambulant disabled residents by the council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd. The new homes at Witch Road/Witchhill Place have been

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A new build housing development in Kilmarnock is now underway with 43 socially inclusive homes for older ambulant disabled residents set to be delivered by CCG on behalf of East Ayrshire Council.

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East Ayrshire Council has approved plans for a dozen new council houses in Drongan. Initially proposed as a 14-home development during last year's consultation, the Mill of Shield Road development will consist of seven three-bedroom, with one larger four-bedroom property and four two-bedro

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