North Ayrshire Council

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The current economic crisis linked to the pandemic has had a huge impact on residents in North Ayrshire, as a result, North Ayrshire Council has committed to challenging poverty. At the start of lockdown, the number of people claiming Universal Credit in North Ayrshire increased by 30%. This emphasi

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North Ayrshire communities are poised to benefit as plans to transfer council assets to local groups are being realised. At a cabinet meeting yesterday, councillors approved proposals from two local organisations looking to secure a transfer of Council property and land under the terms of a Communit

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Ambitious proposals to regenerate Glebe Place in Saltcoats have been unveiled by North Ayrshire Council. The exciting plans will see the 30 low-demand flats in the street demolished, with the potential for brand-new modern council homes on the site.

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A number of local community groups in Irvine, Kilwinning, Largs and the Three Towns are set to benefit from a new Community Renewal and Recovery Fund. The £120,000 fund has been launched by North Ayrshire Council and North Ayrshire Ventures Trust (NAVT) to help relieve some of the financial pr

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A North Ayrshire Council new build development is set to make it easier for people to get on the housing ladder and also support homeowners who want to downsize from their current property. Proposals for the Home Ownership Made Easy (HOME) project will be submitted for planning permission short

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North Ayrshire Council has set out the next stage of its multi-million-pound investment to deliver the next generation of sheltered housing. In December last year, the council announced an additional £25 million would be spent on its sheltered housing portfolio to ensure they are high quality,

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North Ayrshire Council has approved a number of funding proposals totalling around £70 million that will help drive its post-Covid-19 regeneration and recovery ambitions. Cabinet members approved over £14m of council investment in Recovery and Renewal projects that will support communiti

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Cunninghame Housing Association, working in partnership with North Ayrshire Council and the Scottish Government, has agreed on the inclusion of the Green Street/Vernon Street building within the North Ayrshire Strategic Housing Investment Plan. The existing building will be demolished with a new dev

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