East Ayrshire

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A £65 million urban regeneration on the site of the former Johnnie Walker bottling plant in Kilmarnock’s reached a significant milestone last week when it received the green light from East Ayrshire Council. The HALO project, which includes a provision of affordable housing, could create around 1

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Whatriggs Primary School and Early Education Centre in Kilmarnock has been successfully handed over by Morrison Construction in advance of the new 2017 Autumn term. Collaborating throughout with East Ayrshire Council’s architecture department and education team, Keppie Design developed the exempla

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TGP Landscape Architects has drawn up plans to redevelop four key areas within Kilmarnock town centre. Centred around the Foregate, Sandbed Street, an extension of the shopping area and John Finnie Street embankment, the designs have been created as part of the ‘Celebrate Kilmarnock' town centre a

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Michael McBrearty, chief executive of hub South West, delivers a speech during the ceremony The £45 million William McIlvanney Campus in Kilmarnock has passed another important milestone with its topping out ceremony last week.

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The HALO regeneration project which aims to create a commercial, cultural, leisure and lifestyle quarter on the former Diageo bottling plant in Kilmarnock has received a funding boost from the UK government. As part of the UK government's industrial strategy, ministers are investing £3.5 million in

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Kier has awarded Spie UK an £8 million contract to carry out mechanical and electrical (M&E) works on a new secondary school campus in Kilmarnock. The new £45.3m William McIlvanney Campus is being built by Kier to accommodate the merger of Kilmarnock Academy, James Hamilton Academy, New Farm P

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East Ayrshire Council’s plans for a learning and enterprise campus in Cumnock have been approved by the council’s planning committee. The new campus will include Hillside Additional Support Needs School and an Early Childhood Centre as well as new Primary and Secondary provision serving communit

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Plans to transform the former family Loudoun Castle theme park into a £525 million holiday and leisure destination have been rejected by East Ayrshire Council, though the door has been left open for future approval. Deemed to be ‘of national significance’ by council planners, phase one of the m

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Sheppard Robson has submitted plans to East Ayrshire Council for the 23,000m2 Knockroon Learning and Enterprise Campus. Situated on a 19.8 hectare, urban fringe site – the school consolidates five disparate schools into one campus, creating a centre for education for the towns of Cumnock and neigh

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Six hundred new homes will be built in East Ayrshire and hundreds more improved in the next five years as East Ayrshire Council embarks on a £131 million programme of refreshing and renewing its housing stock. The new housing programme will be in addition to the council’s commitment of almost £5

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