***Please note this consultation is now closed***


The North Ayrshire Council proposes to change the use of Common Good land situated adjacent to Redburn Community Centre, Dickson Drive, Irvine.

The Common Good Land is currently used as open space ground and the proposal is to develop the Land with new Council housing for social rent. The Land currently occupied by the Redburn Youth Centre will also be used for the proposed housing development and the Youth Association and related activities will be relocated into the Redburn Community Centre. The Youth Association supports this proposal.

The documents relating to this proposal can be viewed below or at Cunninghame House, Irvine by contacting 01294 324031.

Anyone may make representations about this request to North Ayrshire Council. Representations must be in writing and include the name and address of the person making it. A copy of the representation will be given to the organisation making the request.

Representations must be made by Friday 21 July 2017 and should be sent to:

The Affordable Housing Team
3rd Floor, Cunninghame House
KA12 8EE

Alternatively you can e-mail developmentandstrategy@north-ayrshire.gov.uk

General information about the asset transfer scheme can be found on the Scottish Governments website: http://www.gov.scot/Topics/People/engage/AssetTransfer

Proposal for Use of Land


The Council intends to develop the land bounded in red on the attached plan into 24 new homes for Council rent.

If approved, a consultation event will be held to allow local people to influence the draft plans for the site.

Thereafter local people will be invited to review the final plans.

“Results of this consultation will be posted when available please check back soon”