East Ayrshire

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Two companies have been fined after a security guard died of hypothermia when he and his colleague were snowed in on a construction site. Ronnie Alexander was on duty at Afton Windfarm construction site near New Cumnock, East Ayrshire on 21 January 2018 during bad weather. The 74-year-old was found

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At a special meeting of East Ayrshire Council cabinet, an investment of £182.7 million in the area's housing was agreed upon, which will help ensure that local communities have access to a range of good quality affordable homes.

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The ground has been officially broken at a new housing development in Kilmarnock that will see 43 new East Ayrshire Council homes being built for older ambulant disabled residents by the council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd. The new homes at Witch Road/Witchhill Place have been

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A new build housing development in Kilmarnock is now underway with 43 socially inclusive homes for older ambulant disabled residents set to be delivered by CCG on behalf of East Ayrshire Council.

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Miller Homes has announced the launch of an 86-home development in Kilmaurs, East Ayrshire. With the first homes ready for completion in early 2022, Evergreen Manor will see Miller Homes venture back into Ayrshire for the first time in several years, as the housebuilder extends its reach across the

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Wood-based materials manufacturer Egger (UK) Limited has been fined after a self-employed lorry driver was killed making a routine delivery of recycled wood. Ayr Sheriff Court heard that on 3 October 2017, whilst standing on open ground at the rear of the trailer of his articulated vehicle, the driv

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East Ayrshire Council has approved plans for a dozen new council houses in Drongan. Initially proposed as a 14-home development during last year's consultation, the Mill of Shield Road development will consist of seven three-bedroom, with one larger four-bedroom property and four two-bedro

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Plans to build 28 new homes have been rejected by East Ayrshire Council over fears that ancient trees would be destroyed. Helix Homes Ltd and their agents Stairhill Architecture Ltd previously submitted plans for a new 1.6-hectare development at woodland north of Nether Quadrant and Netherplace Quad

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