East Ayrshire

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A landmark regeneration plan that could create around 1,000 permanent new jobs on the site of the former Diageo bottling plant in Kilmarnock was today given the backing of East Ayrshire Council. The “HALO” Urban Park project, spearheaded by Kilmarnock-based developers Klin Group, will be mainly

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A primary school in East Ayrshire was forced to close after part of a classroom collapsed into a classroom last week. The rubble was discovered at Hurlford Primary School on Friday morning, with the head teacher believing the damage to have been sustained overnight.

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A main contractor is being sought to help deliver a £63.5 million education campus for East Ayrshire Council. The planned Knockroon Learning & Enterprise Campus development in the Broomfield area of Cumnock will include: a merged primary school, incorporating two existing primary schools as wel

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Industry consultants Faithful+Gould has been selected to help deliver a £63.5 million education campus in East Ayrshire. The company will act as quantity surveyor on the Knockroon Learning and Enterprise Campus development, the biggest capital project ever undertaken by East Ayrshire Council.

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Plans for a new purpose-built, state of the art learning campus in East Ayrshire took a step closer to fruition this week as the project reached financial close. The milestone signals the official start of construction on the William McIlvanney Campus in Kilmarnock which will be delivered by hub Sou

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East Ayrshire Council has granted planning permission for a £7.5 million industrial unit construction project in Kilmarnock. Three brand new, flexible industrial units will be built at Moorfield Park and Rowallan Business Park, thanks to funding from Scottish Enterprise and the council’s own Econ

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Inside the Crosshouse hospital BAM Construction has handed over the first phase of works at University Hospital Crosshouse in Kilmarnock, as part of NHS Ayrshire & Arran’s Building for Better Care Programme.

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Ayrshire College’s new campus project in Kilmarnock has been awarded a BREEAM “outstanding” rating at its design stage. The accreditation is the highest standard awarded and has been secured by only three buildings in the Scottish further and higher education sector.

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A regeneration project in East Ayrshire has taken a step forward following the arrival of diggers on site. The regeneration of Townhead Street in Cumnock is now thoroughly underway as work begins on a £2.2 million retail development.

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Morrison Construction is celebrating contract wins in Kilmarnock and Prestwick with a combined worth in excess of £5 million. Spirit Aerosystems (Europe) Ltd has chosen the contractor to construct its new specialist paint facility at Prestwick, in a contract worth £4.1m in total. The project invol

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East Ayrshire Council’s cabinet has agreed to proceed with a project for a new state of the art learning campus in Cumnock. The proposed new campus, set to be built on part of Broomfield Playing Fields, would see a new Hillside School, a new school to replace Greenmill and Barshare Primaries and E

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Keppie Design has called for architects to address the gulf between education and practice as it announced Cumnock Academy as the winner of the top prize at the finale of its ‘Interaction’ challenge. Run in partnership with East Ayrshire Council and Ayrshire College, Interaction was an enterpris

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Standing outside of Rowallan Old Castle (from left) Ian Walford, joint chief executive at Historic Scotland; Niall Campbell, castle owner; Fiona Hyslop, cabinet secretary for culture, Europe and external affairs; Cllr Douglas Reid, East Ayrshire Council leader; Ranald MacInnes, head of heritage mana

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