East Ayrshire Council

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The ground has been officially broken at Cessnock Road in Hurlford, where East Ayrshire Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd is building a new assisted living development. The development, which will be similar to the award winning Lilyhill Gardens development in the centre of Kilmarnock

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Work is now well underway on a new council housing development at Barbieston Road in Dalrymple with five homes already taking shape. The £1.74 million development is a key part of East Ayrshire Council’s strategic housing investment plan, providing eleven new build affordable homes for rent in th

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The first phase of the HALO regeneration plan in Kilmarnock has now been submitted to East Ayrshire Council for detailed planning permission following the recent approval of planning permission in principle for the development masterplan. Located on the site of the former Johnnie Walker bottling pla

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A £65 million urban regeneration on the site of the former Johnnie Walker bottling plant in Kilmarnock’s reached a significant milestone last week when it received the green light from East Ayrshire Council. The HALO project, which includes a provision of affordable housing, could create around 1

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Landlords from across Ayrshire are being invited to a special event to discuss forthcoming changes in housing legislation. North Ayrshire Council is hosting the information event, in partnership with East and South Ayrshire Councils, at the Greenwood Conference, Irvine, on Saturday, 11 November.

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East Ayrshire Council has granted planning consent for a new housing development at Hayhill. The revised scheme, designed by LMA Architects, of 20 new homes by Hayhill Developments was re-submitted in March after extensive discussions with East Ayrshire Council and will provide much needed affordabl

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LMA Architects have submitted a planning application to East Ayrshire Council for a new housing development at Hayhill. Re-submitted after extensive discussions with the council, the revised scheme of 20 new homes by Hayhill Developments will provide much needed affordable homes for the area.

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Eleven more local authorities in Scotland have set their respective budgets for the upcoming year, four of which have opted for a voluntary freeze in Council Tax. Aberdeen City Council set its 2017/18 budget and outlined plans for the next phase of its transformation programme.

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Experts from South Ayrshire Council were on hand to guide more than 80 private landlords through a number of information workshops recently. With the assistance of colleagues from East Ayrshire and North Ayrshire Councils, landlords from across Ayrshire learned about their obligations and there were

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Six hundred new homes will be built in East Ayrshire and hundreds more improved in the next five years as East Ayrshire Council embarks on a £131 million programme of refreshing and renewing its housing stock. The new housing programme will be in addition to the council’s commitment of almost £5

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Cunninghame Housing Association, working in partnership with East Ayrshire Council and the Scottish Government, held an official ceremony yesterday to mark the progress achieved to date on the site of the new build development at Hill Street in Kilmarnock. The event was attended by Kevin Stewart MSP

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Scotland’s Housing Network appointed two new Board members when the organisation held its annual seminar and AGM last week. The well-attended event included excellent key note presentations from both Dr Neil Hamlet and Professor Douglas Robertson. Neil spoke about Health and Homelessness giving th

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