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In response to recent increases in energy costs and the need to expand the charging network, East Ayrshire Council will be introducing tariffs and overstay charges for the use of public electric vehicle (EV) charging points in East Ayrshire from 1 April.
With the great news that The Designer Rooms is moving to Fowlds Street in Kilmarnock, the Ayrshire Roads Alliance wants to let local people and visitors to Kilmarnock know that the car park outside the existing Poundstretchers store will still be open for public use until 1 March.
Councillor Elaine Cowan, in her role as the Council’s Spokesperson for Education, and Children and Young People hosted a meeting recently with four young people who are committed to representing and improving the lives of their peers.
The Council’s Cabinet agreed this week to approve the lease of two areas of land and the sale of two properties in East Ayrshire under the Community Asset Transfer framework.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance (ARA) is set to introduce a new training programme for roadworkers which aims to address challenges including an ageing workforce and recruitment difficulties.
East Ayrshire Cabinet confirmed support for the creation of a new Galloway National Park this week, as they agreed to reaffirm their backing for the Galloway National Park Association (GNPA) submission to the Scottish Government as it considers bids for the designation of new National Parks in Scotland
Corporate Enforcement Officers from East Ayrshire Council are encouraging the public to keep reporting fly tipping, after recent success in bringing a prosecution to Court. And they’re warning anyone fly tipping or using non-registered waste carriers to remove waste that they can be at risk of a fixed penalty of £500 if it’s found fly-tipped.
Some adults in East Ayrshire are more at risk of experiencing harm. This could be due to illness, trauma or a physical or mental health condition.
A survey about the housing needs and future aspirations of local households has been launched by the Council in partnership with professional market research company, Research Resource.
After extensive public consultation, the future of Auchinleck Leisure Centre was settled at a meeting of East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet on Wednesday 14 February 2024, with cross party agreement reached on the final outcome.
Cluarankwai Judo Club recently received life-saving equipment donated by IPS Group.