To improve the engagement between key partner organisations and the communities they work within North Ayrshire has been split into six localities. For more information specific to each of these localities simply click on the areas shown at the bottom of this page.
These reports give an overview of Locality Planning, how we got here and the progress made.
Locality Partnership Specific
How the Locality Partnerships Operate
The Locality Partnership – Terms of Reference explains how these groups work.
The Locality Partnership Standing Orders explain the governance arrangements for the Locality Partnerships.
Community Investment Fund
Our Locality Partnerships have been considering how they might best address local priorities using the community investment fund.
If you have an idea and you think it meets the criteria for the fund please get in touch with the relevant Locality Officer (contact us for their details). They will work with you to develop this idea in conjunction with the Locality Partnership. If the Partnership supports a bid then the group will be encouraged to submit a full application form, which they will decide upon before making a proposal to Cabinet for final approval. An overview of the process is available here: Community Investment Fund Development Process
The Locality Plans
The six Locality Plans, outlining the locality priorities are available below:
Arran Locality Plan Garnock Valley Locality Plan
Irvine Locality Plan Kilwinning Locality Plan
Three Towns Locality Plan North Coast Locality Plan
Locality Boundaries 2018- click image above for larger view
Locality Action Plans
Garnock Valley Action Plan North Coast Action Plan
Kilwinning Action Plan