East Ayrshire

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Concerned East Ayrshire councillors have come together to call for urgent action by Transport Scotland and the Scottish and UK Governments to prioritise and find alternative sources of funding for vital improvements to infrastructure at Kilmarnock’s Bellfield Interchange. Investment for this b

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A charity has teamed up with John Gilbert Architects to successfully rescue a former church in Kilmarnock and bring it back in to use as a climbing and bouldering centre.

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The development of an eco-wellness park on the former Barony Colliery in Auchinleck has moved a step closer following the granting of planning permission in principle by East Ayrshire Council subject to conditions. The Barony NP (UK) Ltd will now follow up with applications delivering various elemen

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East Ayrshire Council has agreed an investment of almost £28 million to ensure the council’s house building programme continues and a further £109m to improve existing council homes throughout the region. Since 2010, the council’s house building programme has had a signi

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EDF has signed a seven-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with developer Brockwell Energy to purchase renewable energy from North Kyle onshore wind farm, which is currently under construction in East Ayrshire.

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Connect Modular and Cunninghame Housing Association (CHA) hosted housing minister Paul McLennan MSP along with Provost Jim Todd to welcome the first residents to a volumetric-modular, affordable housing development at Shortlees in Kilmarnock.

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East Ayrshire Council’s first net zero housing development at Bellevue Gardens in Bonnyton, Kilmarnock has been completed and visitors from the council were welcomed by Ms Frances McCluskey to view her beautiful new home. The homes, which were built by the council’s strategic developer C

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