East Ayrshire

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East Ayrshire Council’s decision to reject a £450 million leisure, tourism and residential development planned for the historic Loudoun Castle estate has been upheld by the Scottish Government. A consortium of developers had hoped to build 450 luxury lodges, an indoor water park and a le

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A pioneering eco-village backed by the Prince of Wales is to be reviewed after only a fraction of the development has been completed. The Prince’s Foundation, a charity aimed at promoting urban design, had planned to deliver 770 homes at Knockroon in East Ayrshire.

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A £300 million initiative to create new jobs and transform the Ayrshire region is poised to be officially signed off. The three leaders of East, North and South Ayrshire councils were in London last week to meet politicians and partners from the public and private sector involved in delivering

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The ground has officially broken at Carskeoch Drive, Patna, where CCG (Scotland) Ltd is building 19 new homes for rent for strategic partner East Ayrshire Council. The site, which was previously occupied by Patna Resource Centre, will deliver high quality, energy efficient homes in a range of sizes

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An East Ayrshire charity which redistributes surplus food donated from supermarkets has received a welcome boost from regeneration specialist ENGIE and its staff. Kilmarnock-based Centrestage collects unwanted food for their team of chefs to create meals which are then packaged and distributed to th

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Glasgow-based Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd has commenced the installation of mechanical and electrical services on a new assisted living development in East Ayrshire. Located at Cessnock Road, Hurlford, the 14-unit development is being delivered on behalf of CCG (Scotland) Ltd as developer partner for Ea

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Independent infrastructure specialist Barhale has been introducing civil engineering skills and techniques to local school children as part of its work on the New Cumnock Flood Prevention Scheme. Barhale team members took 64 year six and seven pupils from New Cumnock Primary through the Institution

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The foundation stone for the £68 million Barony Campus in Cumnock has been laid by Deputy First Minister John Swinney. Being delivered by Morrison Construction, the innovative and ambitious community learning project will offer unparalleled educational, sporting, social, enterprise and leisure oppo

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The ground has been officially broken at Cessnock Road in Hurlford, where East Ayrshire Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd is building a new assisted living development. The development, which will be similar to the award winning Lilyhill Gardens development in the centre of Kilmarnock

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Kilmarnock town centre is now home to a host of new and expanding businesses thanks to the opening of the innovative Ingram Enterprise Centre. Sitting on a prominent site at the top of John Finnie Street in the heart of Kilmarnock’s historic business quarter, it’s the latest of over 20 heritage

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ScottishPower and The HALO Scotland have today announced a groundbreaking partnership that will see the energy giant established as the headline partner of the Kilmarnock urban regeneration initiative. The announcement heralds the launch of a £5 million, five-year programme by ScottishPower and The

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The first phase of the HALO regeneration plan in Kilmarnock has now been submitted to East Ayrshire Council for detailed planning permission following the recent approval of planning permission in principle for the development masterplan. Located on the site of the former Johnnie Walker bottling pla

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