East Ayrshire Council

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The East Ayrshire town of Mauchline is set to benefit from a multi-million-pound housing development specially designed for its older residents. The 14-unit development, which will be similar to the Lillyhill Gardens development in Kilmarnock, will ensure that older and vulnerable people can remain

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East Ayrshire Council has agreed a Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan for the region which will now be submitted to the Scottish Government. Local authorities across Scotland are working to eradicate homelessness by transforming Housing services and adopting a Housing First and Rapid Rehousing approach

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East Ayrshire Council has adopted the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Make a Stand pledge supporting people experiencing domestic abuse. Developed in partnership with Women’s Aid and the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance, the pledge encourages housing organisations to make a commitment to

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East Ayrshire Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd is building 34 new affordable homes for rent at David Dale Avenue in Stewarton. The site, which was previously occupied by tenement flats, will deliver high quality, energy efficient homes in a range of two, three and four bedroom-si

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Three Ayrshire councils and the UK and Scottish governments have agreed a major investment package that will "change the face of Ayrshire". The £251.5 million Ayrshire Growth Deal was signed and sealed, kick-starting a range of projects across the region.

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East Ayrshire Council’s Housing Asset Services (HAS) has gained national recognition after securing victory in two major awards. HAS was awarded the APSE award for Most Improved Performer: Building Maintenance in the UK and the APSE Margo Blair Award for innovation and excellence within servic

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A £300 million initiative to create new jobs and transform the Ayrshire region is poised to be officially signed off. The three leaders of East, North and South Ayrshire councils were in London last week to meet politicians and partners from the public and private sector involved in delivering

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The ground has officially broken at Carskeoch Drive, Patna, where CCG (Scotland) Ltd is building 19 new homes for rent for strategic partner East Ayrshire Council. The site, which was previously occupied by Patna Resource Centre, will deliver high quality, energy efficient homes in a range of sizes

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More than 100 tenants, residents, and housing professionals from across Scotland gathered to shape future service delivery at this year’s Joint Tenants and Residents Conference in East Ayrshire. East Ayrshire Tenants Federation and East Ayrshire Council were delighted to welcome more attendees tha

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East Ayrshire Council has agreed three interlocking plans which it said will ensure that everyone in the region can afford access to a quality affordable home that meets their needs and aspirations. The council said its Housing Asset Management Framework (HAMF) ensures that the housing stock meets t

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Eleven new build affordable homes specially designed for elderly and disabled people have been completed by CCG. New tenant, Melissa Berretti and her two-year-old daughter, Sofia, who uses a wheelchair, welcomed visitors from East Ayrshire Council to their new home at Cassillis Court, Dalrymple.

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Interest free loans are now available to homeowners with a property that has been empty for more than six months, East Ayrshire Council has announced. Scottish Government funding was secured by the council to tackle empty homes in East Ayrshire and bring them back to life. Homeowners can apply to th

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