North Ayrshire Council

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The next round of funding to help community groups make their dreams a reality is now open for applications. The Communities and Place Fund – part of the UK Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund – has already boosted local groups through the first round of funding last year.

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Demolition works at Irvine’s high flats are now complete, with all five towers dismantled and the site fully cleared.

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North Ayrshire Council has carried out engagement in recent months with communities to hear about the services they most value as it prepares to consider a challenging budget for 2024/25. The council is currently facing a funding shortfall of up to £15.97 million for 2024/25. This is

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A mid-year progress report on North Ayrshire Council’s five-year plan has been approved by administration councillors. The plan, which covers 2023 to 2028, lays out the council’s strategic priorities, and also identifies key priorities and activities for delivery during the period.

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The next round of funding to help community groups in North Ayrshire make their dreams a reality is set to open for applications in the coming weeks. The Communities and Place Fund – part of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund – has already boosted local groups through the first round of fundi

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Work is now underway on two brand new council house developments in the Garnock Valley. A total of 14 new homes will be built across four sites at Laburnum Avenue, Beith, and Newhouse Drive, Kilbirnie.

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North Ayrshire Council’s newest housing development has been officially opened by North Ayrshire Provost Anthea Dickson. The innovative and energy-conscious new homes at Afton Court, Stevenston, replaced the former sheltered housing in the heart of the town.

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Residents and interested parties are being invited to view and discuss the proposals for the latest North Ayrshire Council housing developments in Ardrossan and Irvine. A total of 19 new homes are planned for the site of the former James McFarlane School on Dalry Road, as well as a total of 31 units

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North Ayrshire Council’s housing chief has been recognised nationally for her sector-leading abilities. Yvonne Baulk, the council’s head of housing and public protection, was honoured at the CIH Scotland Awards for her Excellence in Leadership.

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