Darvel is set for a new era in trading and socialising as the bulldozers moved in this week. At their cabinet meeting, Councillors approved the demolition of the former Darvel...

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Residents, businesses and stakeholders in Hurlford are being invited to take part in an ambitious collaborative design process to re-imagine the village centre. The Hurlford Street Design Project is set...

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The ground has been officially broken at Fraser Walk, New Farm Loch, Kilmarnock where the Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd, the Glasgow-based contractor and manufacturer, is building 56 new...

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East Ayrshire Council Trading Standards Officers  are out and about this week supporting Scottish Trading Standards Week 2019, a five-day consumer protection campaign, aimed at raising awareness and highlighting the...

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Since Placemaking became a significant feature of the East Ayrshire Local Development Plan in 2017, communities in East Ayrshire have been supported to develop their own Place Plans. Placemaking builds...

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“It was a tough job but someone had to do it”, said Councillor Douglas Reid, Leader of the Council after judging twenty Victoria Sponges at a Newmilns Food Festival baking...

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