Safer Communities Safer Scotland
East Ayrshire Council has asked that we share the following email with the community.
The Scottish Government has today launched its broadest ever initiative to gather views on what the people of Scotland would like from their police service. Continue reading
Experienced volunteers in Scotland are being called upon to share their knowledge and help rural community projects to flourish.
Recent research carried out with rural communities in Scotland has revealed that there is huge potential benefit in getting those with experience of rural action, supporting others who are just setting out on their regeneration journey. This has strongly influenced the design of the Big Lottery funded Village SOS campaign in Scotland. Continue reading
Copy of a letter sent to East Ayrshire Council
Head of Roads
Ayrshire Roads Alliance
The Johnnie Walker Bond
15 Strand Street
Kilmarnock KA1 1HU Date : 20th March 2015
Carriageway Problems in Dunlop and Lugton
We thank you for your response to our comments regarding your future road maintenance programme. In particular, the inclusion, at last, of Burnside Cottages in a future programme. Continue reading
Our Ref: 08/0153/FL
Date: 17th January 2014
Contact: Marion Fergusson
Dunlop and Lugton Community Council
FOA Mr Jim Miller, Hon Secretary
Site Address: Dunlop House, Dunlop Estate, Dunlop,
Mr Alan Neish,
Head of Planning and Economic Development Services,
East Ayrshire Council.