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Letter to Editor - Cumnock Chronicle

I refer to the article within the Cumnock Chronicle dated 28th November 2018 in relation to the Council's decision to issue a Planning Enforcement Notice on the current landowner of...

Minister views key Ayrshire Growth Deal sites as ambitions move closer to becoming reality

That was the message from the Ayrshire Growth Deal partners, which includes the three Ayrshire Councils and national agencies, with support from the private sector, following Friday’s visit by Lord...

Miners’ strike call for evidence – local engagement event

Were you, your family or your local community affected by the 1984/85 miners’ strike? An independent review has been commissioned by the Scottish Government into the impact of Policing in...


Mauchline CARS bid gets Cabinet go ahead

At Cabinet last week, Councillors agreed a recommendation that the council’s Regeneration Team should submit a bid for funding from Historic Environment Scotland to support a cohesive heritage-focused, community based...

Placemaking process moves forward

Placemaking, introduced by the Scottish Government, is a new process, which makes sure decisions about infrastructure and improvements in communities are made with a full consultation process, putting the views...

An uplifting Story story  - as station prepares to make access easier for all

Parents with pushchairs and anyone with mobility issues will soon find train travel to and from Kilmarnock a lot easier thanks to a major engineering project at Kilmarnock Station.  And...