North Ayrshire Council

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North Ayrshire Council has started the planning process to deliver new affordable housing in Kilwinning. The planned £1.584 million Corsehillhead development, supported by £413k of Scottish Government funding, will see the creation of seven new council homes, delivering a mix of general

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Construction is now well under way to build a new generation of council houses in North Ayrshire. Extra care is being taken to ensure work is carried out safely and in line with national guidelines relating to coronavirus.

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Scottish councils have been urged to make empty homes work a cornerstone of post-pandemic recovery after a record number of privately-owned vacant properties were brought back into use last year. In its 10th annual report, the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) announced that 1,412 previou

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North Ayrshire Council’s plans to build the next generation of council homes has continued with an application for 50 homes at the former Towerlands Primary School site in Irvine. Once again led by Mast Architects, and delivered by Ashleigh (Scotland) Ltd in partnership with hub South West Sco

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North Ayrshire Council has submitted its plans to deliver 18 new homes on the Isle of Cumbrae. Designed by Mast Architects, the development will occupy greenfield land to the north of Millport at St Beya Gardens.

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North Ayrshire Council will increase its council tax by 4.84% from April as part of its 2020/21 budget. The council has said that this rise keeps North Ayrshire broadly in line with the average Council Tax level in Scotland. Council Tax is expected to bring in approximately £58.8 million and m

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North Ayrshire Council has called for the UK Government to target post-Brexit funding to regions that need it most. Responding to a Scottish Government consultation on the replacement of European Structural Funds post-Brexit, the council said fragile economies such as Ayrshire and the wider Southern

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