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Statement from Fiona Lees, Chief Executive, East Ayrshire Council

The COVID-19 Pandemic has affected all of our lives, in ways we could never have imagined. Our normal routines and working environments have changed, we are spending more time at...

Statement from Fiona Lees, Chief Executive, East Ayrshire Council

In recent weeks, as we respond to the impact of  Coronavirus, we have all had to make significant changes to the way we live our lives. I want to thank...

Council call to action in difficult times

East Ayrshire has a long and proud history of strong communities and resourceful people supporting each other in times of need. As a caring, kind and connected community, we pride...


Rare Johnnie Walker historical ‘crown jewels’ displayed for first time

Treasured historical artefacts from the roots of the world’s number one Scotch whisky, Johnnie Walker, are to go on public display for the first time in the town where the...

Council continues Brexit preparations

With uncertainty still surrounding Britain’s exit from the EU, East Ayrshire Council continues to prepare for a potential no deal scenario. At Cabinet last week, Chief Executive, Fiona Lees outlined...

Review of parking public consultation

Following the Budget, set by East Ayrshire Council on Thursday 28 February, it was agreed that off-street parking charges in Kilmarnock would be increased from 80p to £1 per hour...