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Dalmellington's Old Kirkyard wall has stood since medieval times, and it will stand for many more years still, thanks to East Ayrshire Council's restoration work.
Last month’s news that the Coalfield Communities Landscape Partnership (CCLP) had won £2.2 million in funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund over the next 5 years, was just part of the story for the organisation which is set to transform the landscape, economy and quality of life for former coalfield communities in East Ayrshire.
The future of planning in East Ayrshire has been thrown open to the public with the launch of the council’s Local Development Plan2 consultation this week.
East Ayrshire’s Coalfield Communities are set to benefit from a multi-million pound landscape and heritage regeneration project, following the award of over £2.2m to the Coalfield Communities Landscape Partnership (CCLP) by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
The future of minerals development and land regeneration in East Ayrshire has been mapped out thanks to the new Minerals Local Development Plan which was adopted by the Council in January.
Mauchline's Centre Stane was packed last week as owners and tenants of buildings in Mauchline’s Conservation Area gathered with others to find out more about East Ayrshire’s latest Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS).