Fife

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The Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) is to undergo a major redevelopment and extension to enable important artworks and collections to go on display in the town. The University said the existing facility, housed on The Scores in St Andrews, has been extremely successful since its openin

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The completed homes at Devilla in Kincardine The final phase of a major affordable housing development in Kincardine, Fife, has been completed by Kingdom Housing Association after a multi-million pound construction project.

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Plans for a multi-million pound development which will see 400 University of St Andrews staff relocate to the Eden Campus at Guardbridge have been lodged with Fife Council. To facilitate the strategic move, the former paper mill at Guardbridge will be transformed into a modern working environment fo

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A Glenrothes-based kitchen manufacturer has gone into liquidation with the loss of almost 40 jobs. The employees at Murray and Murray Limited were made redundant with immediate effect after directors took the decision to wind up the company amid huge debts.

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Raeburn Construction is to invest £440,000 to build a new head office and four additional industrial units in Kirkcaldy. Work on the new site at Dunnikier Business Park began last month, with the firm projecting it will move its 11 office staff into its two storey unit by Easter.

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An aerial view of the Kingdom Park development site in Kirkcaldy Fife Council has given the green light to public art plans that will pave the way for new housing developments in Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes, The Courier has reported.

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An aerial view of the proposed 'Queensferry One' development site The developers behind a £250 million industrial, office, warehousing and leisure development adjacent to the Queensferry Crossing have criticised a new Rosyth development framework for being “too hastily approved”.

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Detailed planning approval was granted this week for phase 1 of what will become Scotland’s largest data centre facility and the first of its kind to be completely powered by a renewable energy source. The £150 million campus will cover an area equal to eight premiership football pitches and crea

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(from left) Fife Council lead professional Bill Dewar, Rev Alan Kimmitt, Barbara Whiting Fife Council lead professional and Martha Maclachlan energy promotion and development officer during a public exhibition of the plans earlier this year A project to provide heating for homes and businesses in Gl

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(from left) Pam Ewen, Ian Drummond, Mark McEwen, Nicola Barclay, Cllr Altany Craik, Gordon Nelson, John Mills and Hugh Hall Lochgelly, last year’s winner of Scotland’s Most Improved Town, was the venue of the 11th Fife House Builders Forum this week.

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Proposals to develop a new energy park and industrial estate at the site of the former Westfield open cast mine in Fife have been granted planning permission in principle. Under plans submitted by Durham-based Hargreaves Services, the 423-hectare site would be transformed into a major new industrial

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