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The Wee Glen Community Woodland in Dunlop was the location for a tree planting ceremony to mark extensive improvements carried out by East Ayrshire Woodlands.
A pan-Ayrshire project that is helping people back into employment has set itself an ambitious target for the coming months.
The team behind the £251 million Ayrshire Growth Deal say the difficult economic climate won’t derail their transformational plans for the region. Their second annual report – which plots the progress over 12 months – recognises the challenges of recent times but stresses ‘great progress has been made’.
Businesses aiming to capitalise on partnership commitment
The tourism industry in Ayrshire is putting a plan in place to help secure the future of one of the region’s most important economic drivers.
Like every other town in Scotland, Kilmarnock is constantly evolving, and with the Covid-19 pandemic, Brexit, the energy crisis and the effects of an economic downturn all having an effect on work patterns and shopping habits, demand for, and use of, buildings and public spaces has changed dramatically in the last few years.
More than 100,000 homes and businesses in Ayrshire can now access Openreach's full fibre network
Cabinet this week heard how four East Ayrshire projects made the most of funding designed to help communities recover n the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic
Local dreams and aspirations to pitch Kilmarnock as a national cultural destination are a step closer to becoming a reality today as the project secures £20million from the UK Government Levelling Up Fund.
The New Year will herald the realisation of a new era in Kilmarnock’s regeneration journey thanks to a new Kilmarnock Strategic Vision agreed by East Ayrshire Council this week.
Supporting our local high streets - how East Ayrshire Gift Card and ShopAppy are making a difference
It’s now nearly three years since East Ayrshire Council’s Community Led Regeneration Team (CLRT) gained Cabinet approval to launch the East Ayrshire Gift Card, a revolutionary new way of supporting local businesses.
Scotland’s Towns Conference 2022: We must put town centres at the heart of nation’s response to climate emergency, Covid recovery and cost of living