North Ayrshire Council

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Private landlords in North Ayrshire are being invited to hear about policy changes in the private housing sector. North Ayrshire Council’s Housing Services would like to hear the views of those interested in helping to improve conditions in the sector by joining a discussion event at Greenwood Con

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A Largs letting agent has become the first in Scotland to be sanctioned for breaching rules that secure the deposits of their tenants. The landmark ruling against Colvin Houston Ltd at Kilmarnock Sherriff Court – which was triggered by North Ayrshire Council’s Trading Standards team – could no

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(from left) Back - Lynn Richardson, development & strategy manager, North Ayrshire Council; Martin Muir, TCS Construction Consultants; Jeff Bell, Scottish Government; Front - David Smith, Ashleigh Scotland Ltd; Linda Anderson, executive director of operations, Cunninghame Housing Association and

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Craig Hatton, executive director (place) at North Ayrshire Council formally opening the development Cunninghame Housing Association (CHA), working in partnership with North Ayrshire Council and the Scottish Government, has completed a new build development at Dippie Gardens, Waterside Street, Largs.

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Five surveys relating to different housing issues in North Ayrshire have went live to provide tenants with an opportunity to shape the local service. The themes of the surveys will relate to issues affecting disabled people and the people who care for them. There will be questions relating to the ov

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North Ayrshire Council has said that housing will continue to play a key role in supporting the delivery of its priorities as it gets set to consider a housing revenue budget for 2016/17 of £46 million. Following consultation with tenants, an annual rent increase is proposed to be limited to 1.5 pe

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(left to right) Tracey Wilson tenant participation manager, Sean Batty TV weatherman and Marianne McManus, divisional housing manager North Ayrshire Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to successfully achieve the gold standard of TPAS accreditation.

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Councillor Joan Sturgeon, North Ayrshire Council Provost (who opened the development) and Councillor Anthea Dickson, chair of North Ayrshire Integration Joint Board North Ayrshire Council has completed the construction of a new sheltered housing complex in the heart of Irvine.

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Council tenants in North Ayrshire are being urged to have their say on proposed rent charges for next year. The council understands that many people are feeling the pressures of the current economic climate and the UK government’s Welfare Reform changes.

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(from left) Frank Sweeney, chief executive, Cunninghame Housing Association; Cllr. Willie Gibson, leader, North Ayrshire Council; Alex Neil MSP, cabinet secretary social justice, communities & pensioners’ rights and Janet Strang, chair, Cunninghame Housing Association Cunninghame Housing Assoc

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New state-of-the-art amenity flats and a day care and resource centre in Largs were officially opened this week by Provost Joan Sturgeon. The modern facilities - located on the site of the former Stevenson Institute - were created as part of a pioneering initiative between North Ayrshire Council’s

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A ceremony has been held to mark the official signing of a building contract for 12 new build flats in Largs. Cunninghame Housing Association, in partnership with North Ayrshire Council and the Scottish Government, is delivering 12 new build flats at Waterside Street.

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