North Ayrshire Council

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North Ayrshire Council has agreed a funding package for a charity that gives people crucial advice, help and advocacy to help improve their standard of living. The Council’s Community Investment Fund (CIF) sees community partners working closely with Locality Partnerships to address local chal

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People in North Ayrshire facing crisis and struggling to make ends meet could be eligible for help paying household energy bills. Since last winter, North Ayrshire Council has supported thousands of residents by offering financial and practical support through its Energy Smart programme to help resi

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The communities of Arran and Cumbrae are being invited to have their say on the current National Islands Plan. Scotland’s first ever National Islands Plan was published in 2019 and is now being reviewed, potentially leading to the publication of an updated Islands Plan.

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North Ayrshire Council is urging communities to apply for funding from Participatory Budgeting (PB) as a new funding round opens. PB is a way for people to decide how local funds are spent. A bi-annual source of community funding given directly from North Ayrshire Council to community members i

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North Ayrshire Council has launched a new online customer account service to ensure residents can access the services they need as quickly and simply as possible. Since the start of Covid-19, there has been a significant increase in the number of people accessing the council’s online services,

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Redpath Construction has secured its first project with North Ayrshire Council for the refurbishment of Cheviot Court sheltered housing unit in Irvine. The project was awarded via mini competition against the Framework Agreement for the Refurbishment of Sheltered Housing Units in North Ayrshire.

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North Ayrshire’s newest council housing development has been hailed by housing minister Paul McLennan MSP. The landmark 71-unit development at Irvine’s Harbourside was officially opened earlier this summer.

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A group from Ardrossan who are striving to bring long-term social, economic and environmental benefits in their community have received a welcome funding boost. Ardrossan Community Development Trust (ACDT) will receive £30,000 over three years from North Ayrshire Ventures Trust (NAVT).

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