South Ayrshire

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A road resurfacing company has been fined £15,400 after an employee was run over by a road roller in South Ayrshire. Ayr Sherriff Court heard that on 3 November 2015 an employee of Newlay Civil Engineering Ltd reversed a road roller over the leg of fellow employee, Thomas Shaw. The incident happene

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Plans by South Ayrshire Council to develop a new office block in Ayr’s High Street have been unanimously rejected by councillors. The four-storey block, which would have housed up to 350 of its own staff, was voted down unanimously this week by members of South Ayrshire's regulatory panel.

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Almost £10 million will be invested in the roads network over the next year South Ayrshire Council has approved plans for a record level of investment in the region’s roads network over the next year.

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A new eight-year capital investment programme which sets out total investment of almost £237 million until 2025/26 was agreed by South Ayrshire Council yesterday. Key features of the programme include more than £43 million strategic investment in ICT and £3m more in 2018/19 for road reconstructio

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Young people across South Ayrshire are set to benefit as work starts on the new Queen Margaret Academy in Ayr. The new state-of-the-art school which will be completed in October 2019 will not only help transform learning but is set to become a hub for the local community.

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An artist's impression of how the campus might look A consultation is now underway on proposals which could lead to the creation of a new Maybole Community Campus in the grounds of the existing Carrick Academy in South Ayrshire.

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(from left) Colin Campbell (site manager, Keepmoat Homes), George Laing (clerk of works, Hanover Scotland), Mark Farey (director of asset management, Hanover Scotland), Cllr Philip Saxton (housing & customer services portfolio holder, South Ayrshire Council), Jim Kennedy (architectural manager,

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McCarthy & Stone has secured planning permission for an assisted living development at Links Road in Prestwick. Designed by Holmes Miller, the four storey building contains 69 independent living flats with common facilities including dining and kitchen.

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An artist's impression of how the new visitor hub will look like next to the existing Belleisle Golf Clubhouse Work to transform the derelict stables at Ayr’s Belleisle Estate into a vibrant visitor hub is now underway.

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Retirement home builder McCarthy & Stone is seeking planning permission for a 69-apartment extra care accommodation block in Prestwick. Under the plans, former children’s cancer home Malcolm Sargent House will be demolished to make way for the development.

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A new Ayr Academy secondary school is set to open later this month after being delivered by Kier Construction and hub South West Scotland on behalf of South Ayrshire Council. Ayr Academy, whose origins can be traced back to 1233 but did not come to be known by its present name until 1796, has moved

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