Fife Council

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The Inverkeithing Heritage Regeneration Project has appointed two new mentors to work on a one-to-one basis with individuals, small or medium-sized enterprises, working in Fife, wishing to develop traditional skills in their workforce. Mentoring costs will be met by the project, in the interests of

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Fife councillors have backed plans to build the £85 million replacement Inverkeithing High School in Rosyth. Fife Council's education and children's services sub-committee voted to back the recommendation from education officers, The Courier reports.

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Fife Council has approved plans for a new £500 million neighbourhood at Kingslaw in Kirkcaldy. Over a thousand new homes, a primary school, shops and a community centre will be provided by the new development.

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Fife construction firms have learned how they can build their businesses by adding community benefits like training and employment opportunities to their tenders for contracts to deliver new affordable housing for councils and housing associations.

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(left to right) Rear: Ian Paul site manager, Bill Banks. Front: Charlie Milne, Community Cllr Elspeth Paterson, Cllr Tim Brett, Dougie Herd, Julie Watson Fife councillors joined Kingdom Housing Association representatives to mark the beginning of works that will see a mix of 66 badly needed new home

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