The Improvement Service hosted a webinar on the 22nd of February 2019 focused on how to align Community Planning and Spatial Planning. In the webinar, Neale McIlvanney, Strategic Planning Manager, & Morna Rae, Community Team Leader, from North Ayrshire Council introduced the process North Ayrshire Council have applied to ensure that Local Development Plan (LDP) policies
Meeting papers for the Arran Locality Partnership meeting to be held on 27 September are available at the link below: Arran Locality Partnership papers - 27 September 2018 Arran Locality Partnership Action Note - 27 September 2018
We had a great turnout at our second annual Locality Partnership conference on Saturday 15 September. Thanks to all those who came along and contributed. Materials from the conference are available below: Conference agenda Democracy Matters presentation Locality Partnership conference presentation Democracy Matters animation Attendees came up with new ideas to address the local priorities, as
The Adopt a Planter or Bedding Scheme invites local groups or individuals to look after North Ayrshire Council owned planting or bedding areas across Ardrossan, Saltcoats and Stevenston. What is grown or produced is generally up to the adopter and the Council's Streetscene team will be there to offer advice and top tips along the way.
Improving lives and building stronger communities by building financial capability and resilience through offering a package of support services, through key workers, to low income, workless and lone parent families including budgeting, benefits, debt and energy advice, together with direct access to affordable loans and affordable furniture. Individuals can access our services through our single point
BBC Radio 4 will be visiting the Largs Campus on the evening of Friday 13th July as we play host to their popular show, Any Questions? Tickets are now available to attend the live recording and we are naturally keen to have the audience contain as wide a spread as possible of views and opinions.
Sergeant Graeme Smith spent 6 months working within the Community Justice Ayrshire team. Find out about his experience in his blog available here: http://www.communityjusticeayrshire.org.uk/2018/06/15/blog-start-where-you-are-and-do-what-you-can/
Participatory budgeting (PB) is recognised internationally as a way for people to have a direct say in how local money is spent. The Scottish Government has announced the latest round of the Community Choices Fund, giving community organisations and community councils an opportunity to run their own PB events. With £750 000 available, groups can apply for
Applications are invited from community groups for funding to deliver events and activities relating to commemorating the end of World War 1. Funding will be allocated to groups who fulfil the criteria and who can demonstrate outputs relating to one of the following: · Public events and activities taking place in North Ayrshire in 2018 to
We are recruiting for a Community and Locality Planning Assistant. Do you have strong organisational and communication skills? Are you interested in working with a range of partners and communities to make a difference in North Ayrshire? Please take a look at the advert available at this link.