Fife Council commits to 1,200-home two-year investment plan

Plans to build 1,200 new houses across Fife by 2024 have been agreed by councillors.

Fife Council approved plans to build 1,200 houses in partnership with the Fife Housing Association Alliance by June 2024. The £100 million two-year transitional programme will bridge the gap between Phase 3 and Phase 4 of the council’s affordable housing programme.

Sites across Fife are earmarked for new houses as part of the plans.

Convener of the council’s community and housing services committee, Cllr Judy Hamilton, said: “I remain absolutely committed to meeting housing needs of people of Fife.

“Continuing to build on our successful affordable housing programme is a top priority for the council and, working with partners including the Fife Housing Association Alliance, we will be aiming to create as many safe, warm and affordable homes for Fifers as possible.”

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