Entries by NCCBC

NCCBC is always looking for new members!

Maybole & North Carrick Residents! NCCBC is a membership organisation that has around £300,000 available to spend on improvements in North Carrick each year. The company is set up to administer grant funding from renewable energy sources and any other source that fits with the company and its charitable status.  The company and its provision […]

An exciting New Year for North Carrick!

Happy New Year from all at NCCBC!   We can’t wait to share more exciting plans and developments we have lined up for 2022.  We are very excited to be progressing with ‘Foundations for Recovery’ amongst many other NCCBC and joint funded initiatives.  Find out more about Foundations for Recovery here! Watch this space for […]

Massive boost to North Carrick Regeneration!

‘Foundations for Recovery’ NCCBC’s successful application for funding from the UK Government will see £565,000 invested to develop projects in North Carrick to the point where they are ready to be implemented. South Ayrshire Council received over £12m worth of project proposals and had to whittle that down to a shortlist of projects with a […]

NCCBC’s Youth Strategy

Calling on North Carrick’s Young People As part of her role with NCCBC, Claire Bryan is supporting Lynda Johnstone, the consultant who is employed to produce a Youth Strategy for Maybole & North Carrick. Both are keen to talk with young people about what needs to be done to improve things. So, if you’re a […]

NCCBC is now on Instagram!

Woohoo! NCCBC is now on Instagram!   Find us @improvingNC Follow us now for photos and stories from North Carrick projects! https://www.instagram.com/improvingnc/   Did you know we are also on Facebook? Find us here: https://www.facebook.com/improvingNC 

Charity Shop Update!

Charity Shop and the Flat above in Maybole Soaring costs in the construction sector led to NCCBC looking into alternative uses for this building – including combining it with next door properties and developing social housing. None of the alternatives seem to be viable and so NCCBC has decided to plough on with the original […]

New members wanted!

Join now! NCCBC is a membership organisation that has around £300,000 available to spend on improvements in North Carrick each year. Every year the members review the Company’s work and elect the Directors for the following year. Any Full Member can be elected as a Director and the liability of members is limited to a […]

Crosshill First to get New Play Equipment!

All communities with play parks have been working with NCCBC and South Ayrshire Council to decide what new equipment they should install using money from the joint funding programme. Unfortunately, the delivery times being quoted by suppliers were longer than usual for obvious reasons, but he good news is that work has now been completed […]

COP26 Community Benefit Challenge

COP26 Community Benefit Challenge Scottish Power are inviting community groups eligible to apply to ScottishPower Renewables’ community benefit funds across the UK to bring forward Net Zero initiatives for the chance to access additional funding through the COP26 Community Benefit Challenge. Depending on the value of the initiative, ScottishPower Renewables will award up to £5,000 […]

Developing Tourism on Our Coast

The ”Developing and Managing Tourism in Coastal North Carrick Report” is now available to view, and local residents and businesses are invited to read more about the plans and intentions for managing and developing coastal tourism in our area. The report – supported by the NatureScot ‘Better Places Green Recovery Fund’- outlines previous work which […]