£410million Capital Investment Programme to help North Ayrshire’s economic recovery

North Ayrshire Council’s Capital Budget - which will deliver investment worth £410m over the next decade - will play a key role in the area’s economic recovery from Covid-19. The Capital Budget supports investment in buildings, infrastructure and regeneration projects and the newly-approved programme will see a focus on improving our roads, investing in our

Council reveal latest green drive

Ambitious proposals to generate clean, green council-owned renewable energy at a key strategic North Ayrshire Council site have been revealed. The plans – expected to be approved by Cabinet on Tuesday – are for three wind turbines and a solar farm to be developed at the i3 Strategic Investment Campus in Irvine. And if successful,

£1m regeneration boost for Ardrossan Promenade

Ambitious proposals to help transform Ardrossan Promenade have taken a major step forward. Funding worth £748,000 has been confirmed from the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund, helping to revitalise the area and attract visitors. This will enable Ardrossan Community Development Trust and, its partners including North Ayrshire Council, to progress plans, including the creation

Partnership celebrates anniversary as coastal plans gather pace in North Ayrshire

26th August 2021 A new partnership that vowed to maximise the potential of North Ayrshire’s glorious coastal resources recently celebrated its first anniversary. And that union between North Ayrshire Council and Crown Estate Scotland is already having an impact 12 months on. Last summer the two organisations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) – a

Join the climate change debate

North Ayrshire Council is hosting an online event – with a range of high-profile speakers – as they lay down their commitment to tackling climate challenge. The message from the local authority will be that ‘WE MUST ACT NOW’ as they set out their vision for how everyone can play their part in fighting the

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