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Mural in Situ

Updated plans for key sites in Kilmarnock announced

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.

Dalrymple, Skeldon and Hollybush Steering Group collect their award from Sean Batty

Success is locally bred with Place Based Investment Programme

 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.

Will, Kaylin, Daniel, Lacey, Hunter and Priya from Littlemill PS

Cleaner Communities visit Littlemill Primary for recycling fun

Cleaner Communities attended Littlemill Primary School recently and helped the children and young people learn more about the importance of recycling.

Witch Road Housing

Multi-million pound investment in housing agreed by Cabinet

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.

Housing Improvement works Kilmaurs

Investment in Housing improvements agreed at meeting of Cabinet

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. image of front cover of story book

The town that saved Christmas – a Kilmarnock story

'The Town that saved Christmas - a Kilmarnock story' is a new book featuring nine very special local children.

annual tenancy report

Annual performance report to tenants

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.

Garden competition winners 2023

Garden competition winners are blooming marvellous

East Ayrshire Council’s annual garden competition recognises the top amateur gardeners from across East Ayrshire.

Mark Alston from Cleaner Communities with Councillor Jim McMahon

Podback launches its first coffee pod recycling service in Scotland

In a first for Scotland, East Ayrshire Council, in partnership with Podback, is expanding its household recycling service to include the collection of coffee pods.

Kennedy Drive sod cut group

Minister for Housing officially breaks the ground at new housing development in Kilmarnock

Minister for Housing, Paul McLennan MSP, has performed the official ground-breaking at the site of a new council housing development on Kennedy Drive in Kilmarnock.  

East Ayrshire Council

Tenant Support Fund agreed at Cabinet

At the recent meeting of Cabinet, it was agreed that a Tenants Support Fund of £500,000 would be established to help East Ayrshire Council’s tenants facing the financial burden of the cost of living crisis.