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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.
In preparation for the launch of the 2024/25 Place Based Investment Programme, East Ayrshire Council recently hosted two Love Local PBIP 2024 conferences for local community groups.
At the first meeting of Cabinet of 2024, an ASN Holiday Support Progress Report was considered and agreement was reached to extend a pilot contract with Aberlour, Scotland’s Children’s Charity, to deliver an ASN holiday programme this summer.
East Ayrshire Council has shared an update on plans for a number of strategic sites across Kilmarnock as part of their long term vision for the town.
A Steering Group formed from members of the communities in Dalrymple, Skeldon and Hollybush is celebrating after they won a Scotland Loves Local award for the Climate and Net Zero for their work to create an exciting new wetland habitat and wildlife haven on the edge of the village of Dalrymple.
Cleaner Communities attended Littlemill Primary School recently and helped the children and young people learn more about the importance of recycling.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet, an investment of almost £28m was agreed that will ensure that the Council’s house building programme continues across East Ayrshire, meeting the needs of communities and individuals.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet, it was agreed that over £109m would be invested in improving Council homes across East Ayrshire.
'The Town that saved Christmas - a Kilmarnock story' is a new book featuring nine very special local children.
The Annual Performance Report to Tenants, which sets out the performance of the Council’s Housing Service, has been published on the Council’s website.