North Ayrshire Council

91-105 of 177 Articles
Clock icon 3 minutes

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

Clock icon 3 minutes

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

Clock icon 3 minutes

North Ayrshire Council’s ambitious plans to build the next generation of council homes moved forward this week after a £19 million agreement was signed with partners hub South West Scotland. Contractor Ashleigh (Scotland) Ltd is scheduled to start later this month on 116 new modern, affo

Clock icon 2 minutes

North Ayrshire Council has been congratulated for its outstanding efforts to bring empty homes back into use. The council’s private sector team was honoured by Shelter Scotland for its work in breathing new life into disused properties.

Clock icon 2 minutes

North Ayrshire residents have been given the perfect Christmas present by moving into their new council homes in time for the festive season. The 31 new homes at Seamill - developed in partnership with Hope Homes and The Wee House Company Ltd - are just the latest in North Ayrshire Council’s&n

Clock icon 3 minutes

Partners involved in exploring the feasibility of citizens basic income (CBI) pilots in Scotland have published an interim report into their findings. Fife, North Ayrshire, City of Edinburgh and Glasgow City councils are working together with NHS Health Scotland and the Improvement Service to explor

Clock icon 2 minutes

A plan to introduce a biomass boiler system at a housing development in North Ayrshire is to be the subject of a public consultation. North Ayrshire Council is asking residents to have their say on the proposal, which would deliver savings on energy bills for tenants and reduce greenhouse gas emissi

91-105 of 177 Articles