North Ayrshire

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https://youtu.be/rQ4nitpNpD8 Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Constitution Derek Mackay officially opened the new Brodick Ferry Terminal this week following a £30 million infrastructure upgrade project, which has transformed the harbour area.

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Council leader Joe Cullinane at the Fullarton flats in Irvine Proposals to transform North Ayrshire’s tower blocks transformed into modern low-rise housing could help trigger a major economic boost for the area with the creation of 1,000 new jobs, according to a new report.

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North Ayrshire Council is the second Scottish local authority to announce proposals to pull down all its high rise tower blocks. Unveiling its new vision for housing in the region, the council said it could replace five ageing tower blocks in Irvine and two in Saltcoats with modern, state-of-the-art

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Infrastructure partnership hub South West has successfully delivered one of the biggest projects it has ever undertaken, the new £44 million Largs Campus. Heralding a new era in education in the Ayrshire coastal town, the ambitious project was handed over on time and on budget to community partner

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The development of the new Largs Campus being built by Morrison Construction reached a major milestone last week. The ‘topping out’ ceremony was a very special occasion for two local families, the Trotters and Wilsons, who won a competition to have their names engraved on bricks of the new facil

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A Kilwinning engineering firm has entered a new era following a successful management buy-out, backed by Business Loan Scotland and Team North Ayrshire. John Murphy, former general manager at William Engineering, is now the proud owner of new firm Murphy Engineering (Scotland) Ltd based in Kilwinnin

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RDK’s new mixed use development for Cunninghame Housing Association in Largs - demolition is due to start at the end of March Saltcoats based RDK Construction Ltd is today celebrating 25 years of trading in North Ayrshire.

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The new £36 million Garnock Community Campus in Glengarnock has been successfully delivered on time and on budget to North Ayrshire Council. hub South West Scotland were joined by representatives from development partner Kier Construction and North Ayrshire Council for the formal handover last mont

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Landscape architecture, urban design, planning and ecology consultancy LUC has been appointed by North Ayrshire Council to lead the regeneration of Irvine High Street. Building on recent regeneration projects in the town centre such as Bridgegate Public Realm, the refurbishment of Bridgegate House a

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Plans for the new Largs Campus in North Ayrshire have taken a major step forward in recent weeks as contracts have been signed and formal financial close has been achieved on the project. The new facility will amalgamate the existing St. Mary’s Primary, Brisbane Primary and Kelburn Primary and wil

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North Ayrshire Council has a Public Private Partnership (PPP) bill of over £1 million a month to ensure the upkeep of just four schools, it has been revealed. A Freedom of Information (FoI) request to the local authority by GMB Scotland has shown PPP contract costs for 2016-17 of nearly £12.9m.

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