Vibrant Voices

People @ the ♥ of everything we do

East Ayrshire Council is facing a period of unprecedented change. We need to reduce our budget by around £32million over the next three years and change the way we deliver services with and for our communities.

Our Transformation Strategy 2017-22 and workstreams set out how we will bridge the projected funding gap through redesigned Council services that are both financially viable and best meet the needs of our communities.

Through our Transformation Strategy, we will become:

  • a fairer, kinder and connected East Ayrshire
  • a smaller Council, employing less people whilst maintaining high quality key services
  • a vibrant and empowered East Ayrshire
  • a more commercially focused Council that maximises our income
  • a Council that listens, uses its resources wisely, looks to the future and believes in its people

We are committed to securing a fairer, kinder and more connected East Ayrshire by working closely with our partners to tackle poverty and inequality and build stronger communities.

Transformation Strategy 2017-22 journey

Our latest transformation journey began in October 2017 where Members approved the Transformation Strategy 2017-22 for consultation purposes.  You can find details of our journey below:

Vibrant Voices ‘Always on Engagement’ events

Your Vibrant Voices are continuing to help shape our Transformation Strategy as part of our ‘always on’ engagement. This section contains details or reports from Vibrant Voices events.

Doon Valley Health & Wellbeing Hackathon Evaluation Report - June 2018

Please keep a look out for any future Vibrant Voices events taking place in our communities.

Vibrant Voices updates

The newsletters below detail the key progress under each workstream:

Make your voice heard

We want to continue to hear from you – the people who live and work in our communities. Contact our Transformation Team anytime.

Contact Information

Transformation Team
Council Headquarters
London Road
Kilmarnock
KA3 7BU
Telephone: 01563 576001
Telephone: 01563 576232
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