The first sheltered housing project to be delivered by construction and infrastructure-focused partnership hub South West on behalf of North Ayrshire Council is set to get under way following a ground-breaking ceremony. The £6 million project will deliver 36 new dwellings on the site of the former
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Construction work is getting underway on a state-of-the-art sheltered housing complex in Saltcoats. A ground-breaking ceremony signalled the beginning of the £6.48 million project to create 36 new homes for older people.
North Ayrshire Council is to take forward plans to create its own local energy tariffs in a bid to reduce fuel poverty across the region. Known as an ‘Energy White Label’, the initiative will see the local authority form a partnership with a gas and electricity supplier allowing greater control
An initiative to bring long-term vacant properties back into use in North Ayrshire has landed its first success. North Ayrshire Council bought an empty property which was in need of major repairs as part of the Empty Homes Buy Back Scheme.
George Aitken Court James Frew has completed the refurbishment of George Aitken Court, a sheltered housing complex in Ardrossan, North Ayrshire.
Ayrshire building services company James Frew is to undertake the complete refurbishment of a sheltered housing development in Kilwinning on behalf of North Ayrshire Council. The £2.6 million refurbishment of Robert Service Court will be undertaken while the residents remain in their homes.
Council Tax has been increased by the maximum of 3% as local authorities in North Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway became the latest to set budgets for the upcoming year. Despite having to find savings of around £9.3 million, North Ayrshire Council agreed a £326m revenue budget which it said g
Outside the dementia friendly home A ground-breaking project which aims to show how life can made easier for people living with dementia has been unveiled by North Ayrshire Council.
A state-of-the-art housing development which is expected to have a major positive impact on the lives of older people has been officially opened in North Ayrshire. The £4.8 million development at Montgomery Court, Kilbirnie, has been designed to specifically meet the needs of the older population i
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
A multi-million social pound housing development in Bourtreehill officially got underway last week. Provost Ian Clarkson joined local councillors and officers from North Ayrshire Council to celebrate the progress of the £4.5 million housing project on the site of the former Fencedyke Primary School
(from left) Ilene Campbell, TIS chief executive; Yvonne Baulk, head of physical environment at North Ayrshire Council; Tracey Wilson, tenant participation manager at North Ayrshire Council and Elaine Byrne, Scotland’s Housing Network director North Ayrshire Council has achieved a Gold accreditatio
A letting agent has been removed from North Ayrshire Council’s landlord register after flouting rules protecting the deposits of tenants. The council’s licensing committee heard that Colvin Houston Ltd breached rules on tenancy deposits 51 times.
Council leader Joe Cullinane A new administration has been formed to assume control of North Ayrshire Council after the previous administration indicated its intention to step down.
(from left) Steven Good, CHA, director of property services; Janet Strang, CHA, chairperson; David Smith, joint management director, Ashleigh (Scotland) Ltd; Linda Anderson, CHA, executive director of operations; Kevin Stewart MSP, minister for local government & housing; Cllr Tony Gurney, North