Located in the Irvine Valley area of East Ayrshire, Galston is within easy travelling distance of Kilmarnock and is also close to all major road links. The Associations development at Castleview Avenue was completed in 2008 to assist East Ayrshire Council with the regeneration of the local area. Comprising of a mix of 2 and 3 bedroom houses and 2 bedroom flats the area is popular with housing applicants.
Situated on the main A76 road between Kilmarnock and Cumnock, the community of Mauchline is a popular location for housing applicants. As well as having a range of established properties, Mauchline is the location of the Associations first new build development. Completed in 2001 Curling Stone Place comprises of a range of houses, flats and bungalows, some of which have been adapted for tenants with particular needs.
Given the popularity of Mauchline, very few vacancies occur meaning that waiting periods for this location can be extremely lengthy.
There has been a settlement at New Cumnock for many hundreds of years. More recently the village had strong links with mining although this industry has now largely disappeared. Situated on the A76 between Kilmarnock and Dumfries the village also has its own train station with main line links to Glasgow and Carlisle.
The Association offers a range of properties in the area that vary from 2 and 3 bedroom flats and houses.