Plans for an ambitious £4.8m business hub within Kilmarnock town centre can now get underway after East Ayrshire Council successfully secured £1.3m from the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund...

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Over two hundred years of industrial history are being celebrated and built upon with a ground breaking community-led scheme which brings Catrine’s proud heritage right up to date. After many...

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East Ayrshire Council has been awarded £7490 from Historic Scotland to help repair a very rare 17th Century burial chamber situated at Dunlop Parish Church. Erected by James, Viscount Clandeboye...

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Anyone who has walked around Kilmarnock’s historic quarter recently will appreciate the work that East Ayrshire Council has put in during recent years to renovate and improve the beautiful Victorian...

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East Ayrshire Council’s newly expanded Corporate Enforcement Unit (CEU) will undertake a week of enforcement activity from Friday 6 June until Thursday 12 June. Over the course of the week,...

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Hundreds of new jobs and £1.2 million investment in Kilmarnock – that was the high profile announcement made by First Minister Alex Salmond in New York, during Scotland Week. Portfolio...

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