You can get involved and have your say in person in any library or community centre in North Ayrshire, or on line at www.north-ayrshire.gov.uk/yourvoices North Ayrshire Council are carrying out an engagement process to understand the views of the communities of North Ayrshire concerning the future roles of libraries, halls and centres. We are keen to
North Ayrshire Council have declared a Climate Emergency. We are seeking your views on Climate Change and what we can do together to prevent irreversible damage to our climate. A consultation ‘Climate Change: Just Cool It’ has been published on CONSUL, and we would like to invite you to share your views. Please use the following
The Scottish Police Authority are seeking views on a set of new draft Strategic Police Priorities (SPP) , and whether they effectively reflect the issues which should be considered a priority for the police service in Scotland. Opinions gathered will help to inform the final version of the SPPs, due to be published later this year.
Housing Services are holding a consultation event to allow local people, local businesses and interested parties to co-produce the vision and principles for the regeneration and housing investment in Bourtreehill Village, Irvine. The interactive event will be held on: Date: Thursday 29 August 2019 Time: Drop-in anytime between 2.45pm – 5.45pm Venue: Towerlands Community Centre, Towerlands
We are currently consulting on a Simplified Planning Zone (SPZ) for Montgomerie Park, Irvine between 14 August 2019 until the 24 September 2019. Documents relating to the SPZ Scheme can be viewed using the links below. SPZ Information SPZ Consent URS Surface Water Phasing Strategy https://youtu.be/zd54zk4z37o Montgomerie Park Masterplan Video https://youtu.be/G-h1c__qr2c Comments on the SPZ consultation must be
North Ayrshire Council wants to build a new school campus in Ardrossan. The new campus will be for the pupils who would usually attend Ardrossan Academy and Winton Primary school. If the plans go ahead it will open in 2023. The Scottish Government wants school buildings to be used by more people – not just school
What is happening? A change in the Law on 26 April 2019 means that Councils can decide to require the operators of Sexual Entertainment Venues ("SEVs") to apply to the Council for a Licence. The most common example of a SEV is a lap-dancing club. There are no SEVs in North Ayrshire, and there is no