Fife

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Annabelle Ewing MSP visited the Fife village of Cardenden to see a newly completed development of 59 affordable homes being handed over to Kingdom Housing Association by Ogilvie Construction. The houses have been built in Balgonie Grove, on the former mining site behind Jamphlars Court, and offer a

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Levenmouth’s people and businesses are being urged to have their say on two major projects happening in the area over the coming months and years. Substantial investment is being made in the area to develop active travel routes and regenerate the River Leven.

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Just over £1.9 million in additional funding has been secured to allow work on replacing the Leven Railway Bridge to get underway soon. Fife Council’s Cabinet Committee has approved the use of the extra funds from the council’s Future Construction Inflation budget after hearing the

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Lochay Homes has submitted plans to Fife Council to build 59 new homes in Dunfermline on land near Kent Street, located between the northern edge of the city and Townhill. Around 15 units, or 25% of the homes, would be affordable with hopes to deliver the full development within the next four years.

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Proposals for a new speculative industrial development in Rosyth have moved forward with the submission of a planning application. Scarborough Muir Group (SMG) has submitted a detailed planning application to Fife Council for the development of a 50,000 sq ft unit at Queensferry One, a major new ind

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A move to sell land north of Admiralty Road in Rosyth has paved the way for a new supermarket in the town and a new home for local football club Rosyth FC. Councillors at a meeting of Fife Council's Cabinet Committee agreed to the site sale which is part of the former Recreation Park, used by Rosyth

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Construction firm The JR Group has reached a milestone in the development of an affordable housing development in the Glen Albyn area of Kirkcaldy as the 18th timber kit has been erected for the 49 new homes planned. The framework is the first milestone for the extensive development project, wh

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A former hotel in Cowdenbeath is set to be converted into flats under new plans submitted by Dunfermline-based developer Rudy Tanner. The landmark Crown Hotel, at the foot of the High Street, was destroyed by a fire in 2009, leaving it with no roof and little interior. The building has laid derelict

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National property development and asset management firm Evergold has unveiled its vision for a £50 million 300-home regeneration scheme for The Postings Shopping Centre in Kirkcaldy. Tahir Ali from the company bought the strategic three-acre town centre gateway site for £320,00

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Kirkwood Homes, in partnership with Balcarres Estate, will hold a consultation event in Collinsburgh Town Hall today to allow locals the chance to learn about its plans to build 50 new homes in the Fife town. The housebuilder has submitted a proposal of application notice to Fife Council for the dev

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