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I was delighted to recently join North Ayrshire Council's Provost Cllr Anthea Dickson , Kenneth Gibson MSP and Council Leader Cllr Marie Burns for the official opening of Lady Margaret Court in Millport, Cumbrae.

The development consists of 18 new homes which form the second phase of the new homes at St Beya Gardens in Millport, in partnership with Ashleigh Scotland and Hub South West.

The £3.7m development was supported by £1.3m of Scottish Government funding - £70,000 per house - and includes a mix of general needs houses, homes for wheelchair users and amenity bungalows. All of the new homes have been built to The Scottish Government's Greener Standard.

The new homes are just the latest in a series of new developments opened by the Council, which is building modern, affordable and energy-efficient properties in every part of North Ayrshire.

The Scottish National Party (SNP)'s administration in North Ayrshire Council is one of the most ambitious housebuilding programmes in the country and will support the delivery of 1,625 new homes by 2028.

The SNP administration is well on track to meeting that target with more than 800 new homes already completed and hundreds more in the planning or construction stage.


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