East Ayrshire Council

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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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Plans for the “HALO” Urban Park A landmark regeneration plan that could create around 1,000 permanent new jobs on the site of the former Diageo bottling plant in Kilmarnock is to include a provision of affordable housing.

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Mary Thomson outside her revamped home Wheelchair-bound Mary Thomson used to have to rely on her partner to help her get in and out of her house but now she can easily manage by herself following some clever remodelling of her property.

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(from left) Janet Allan, Yvonne Anderson, Reagan Kelly (seated), Lynn Miller, Maureen Miller and Jim Munro Eighteen year old Reagan Kelly wanted to work in an office as a youngster, but never thought she’d get to realise her ambition.

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Dozens of homes in East Ayrshire are set to be warmer and more energy efficient thanks to a large scale housing improvement programme carried out by the local authority. Working with the Energy Agency, East Ayrshire Council secured funding from the Scottish Government which allowed the Housing Asset

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Cllr Douglas Reid, Leader of the Council Seventy-three homes in Gatehead and 100 homes in Stewarton are warmer and more energy efficient after the Council carried out a large scale housing improvement programme.

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East Ayrshire Council representatives were given a warm welcome when they visited new council homes at Jamieson Court in Galston. Sonnette Johnstone was delighted to show off her new home which is one of ten new builds within the development.

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The keys have been handed over for a £4.4 million affordable housing development in Kilmarnock. Delivered by Mactaggart & Mickel Contracts, a division of Mactaggart & Mickel Group, the 1.8 acre site at West Langlands has 39 housing units will be used by East Ayrshire Council to provide much

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39 new houses at the West Langlands Street development in Kilmarnock are expected to be completed by the end of the month, with the keys being handed to new tenants just after Easter. The site comprises a mix of accessible accommodation and larger family homes. It will provide one and two bedroom fl

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