March

News articles for March 2024.

Significant enhancements made to facilities for walking, wheeling, and cycling in Newton Mearns

We've successfully completed the second phase of the A77 Active Corridor project, which will be transformational for people walking, wheeling, and cycling along Ayr Road in Newton Mearns.

Jobs fair set for Barrhead

We're holding a jobs fair at the Foundry in Barrhead, where a wide range of local employers will have recruitment opportunities available.

St Luke's High gets glowing inspection report

The quality of education been praised following publication of Education Scotland report

Plans to resurface almost 60 roads and pavements across the authority in the next 12 months

We've drawn up proposals for a major roadworks programme which will use an additional investment of £3.5million over the next financial year to improve the condition of local residential roads.

Local Action Plans: have your say

We're finalising the Local Action Plans which will assist in transforming towns and neighbourhoods across the local authority and the public can now give their views on the priorities identified.

Excited pupils get started at new Neilston Learning Campus

St Thomas' and Neilston primaries and Madras Family Centre begin their new era

Scottish Youth Parliament election results announced in East Renfrewshire

We announced the results of the 2024-25 Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) elections at an event at Eastwood House.

It's play time for Thornliebank

We've unveiled a brand new play park in Thornliebank.

East Renfrewshire is top for school leavers taking positive next steps

Latest figures show highest ever proportion of pupils have gone on to university, college, work or training, the latest figures have revealed.