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,
Work to develop 15 new supported accommodation homes at the site of the former Caley Court in Stevenston is set to get under way next month.
North Ayrshire Council tenants will be asked to share their thoughts on the service in the coming weeks.
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
Major improvement works have been completed at Garrier Court Sheltered Housing Complex, marking the culmination of North Ayrshire Council's latest project to deliver modern, accessible homes for older residents.
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
North Ayrshire Council has reaffirmed its commitment to tackling child poverty throughout the region. A number of issues including low-paid jobs, a high cost of living and more recently, Covid-19, have all had an adverse impact on the number of children living in poverty.
North Ayrshire Council has said that its new bold and radical approach to developing a fairer local economy is bearing fruit. The message comes exactly one year from the day North Ayrshire Council became the first Community Wealth Building (CWB) local authority in Scotland.
Work is to get underway on a further North Ayrshire Council development of modern new homes for older people at St Colm’s Place in Largs.
Local residents in North Ayrshire will get the chance to have their say on plans for new housing on part of the former Garnock Academy site. North Ayrshire Council is holding an online consultation on the plans for 50 properties which include a mix of general needs houses, homes suitable for wheelch
North Ayrshire residents are being asked for feedback on a policy that will shape how future decisions are made about housing in the local countryside. North Ayrshire Council's Planning Service has published a Draft Policy Guidance note for new housing in the countryside and is now seeking the views
North Ayrshire Council has completed major improvement works at Connell Court, Kilbirnie, marking the culmination of the latest project to deliver modern, accessible homes for older residents.
North Ayrshire Council has approved a £365.3 million Revenue Budget for 2021/22 which will include a Council Tax freeze at current levels and no increase in fees and charges for council services. The newly agreed budget will also see the introduction of an annual £500,000
The latest generation of modern and energy-efficient council homes have been completed in North Ayrshire. The £7.66 million project at the site of the former Watt Court in Dalry, sees 49 new units created as part of a wider plan to build 1,575 new homes across North Ayrshire.