East Ayrshire

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East Ayrshire

a council area of SW Scotland, comprising the E part of the historical county of Ayrshire: part of Strathclyde region from 1975 to 1996: chiefly agricultural. Administrative centre: Kilmarnock. Pop.: 119 530 (2003 est.). Area: 1252 sq. km (483 sq. miles)
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East Ayrshire Council Chief Executive, Fiona Lees explains: "Invest East Ayrshire encourages companies to tap into a wide network of assistance, giving businesses access to a wealth of advice to make sure they get all the help they need to succeed.
East Ayrshire Council said: "Neighbour notification was carried out as per the required regulations."
The booklet, funded by East Ayrshire Council, mimics Johnnie Walker's advertising.
But four months ago East Ayrshire council planning chiefs revealed they were going to take Lord Rowallan to court over a roof at the centre, which they claimed breached planning regulations.
We are delighted to be working with East Ayrshire Council to give consumers and businesses the chance to make the most of the internet."
pounds 25,000 to East Ayrshire Council to upgrade its transmission network.
East Ayrshire Council are now working on their own report to be presented to Finance Secretary John Swinney on Tuesday - ahead of Diageo publishing their financial results on Thursday.
Last night Mr McRailt's cousin Archie Howe, also of Kilmarnock, said: "East Ayrshire Council is getting away with murder.
East Ayrshire Council leader Douglas Reid visited Helen Sockell, 56, to apologise for the threat over a PS117 bill.
Jimmy Kelly was on the East Ayrshire Council planning committee which gave the green light to expand Scottish Coal's open cast mining in Cumnock - despite objections by green campaigners.
Robert Paton, the head of economic development at East Ayrshire Council said: "The company has a full order book until November but there is nothing on the horizon beyond that.

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