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Glasgow-based multi-utilities contractor Arc-Tech MU will take its first steps into the care sector this summer with the commencement of works at Dalgety Bay Luxury Suites in Dunfermline. Located on Harbour Way in the town centre, the firm will undertake a suite of gas, water and electrical-based se

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Plans to breathe new life into one of Scotland’s last remaining flax industry buildings have been given a funding boost from the Levenmouth Reconnected Programme. The former Silverburn Flax Mill in Leven’s Silverburn Park is to be transformed over the coming years as FEAT (Fife Empl

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An investigation is to be carried out after demolition work at a Fife port caused part of a crane to fall into a dock yard. The topside element of the redundant crane – a legacy of the BiFab yard at Burntisland – crashed into the water yesterday morning.

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Network Rail welcomed Glenrothes and Central Fife MP Peter Grant to the Levenmouth Rail Link site to see first-hand the progress that has been made on the £116 million project. The plans for the Rail Link will see the construction of two new stations and the reinstatement of 19 singl

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The new Phoenix Hide at Loch Leven National Nature Reserve (NNR) has been officially opened, rising from the ashes of the old building that was burnt down in 2021. NatureScot chair Mike Cantlay and reserve manager Neil Mitchell were joined by the Kinross Beavers, as well as representatives from the

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A funding boost of over £2.7 million is set to aid the regeneration of towns across Fife. At a meeting of Fife Council's Policy and Co-ordination Committee, councillors heard details of how the Scottish Government funding would be spent and that the investment in Fife's communities would provi

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Edinburgh-based developer Whiteburn has confirmed that construction work is now underway for its development of 72 new two, three and four-bedroom homes and 15 affordable homes in the grounds of the former Viewforth High School, on Loughborough Road, Kirkcaldy.

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Quale Homes has submitted plans to Fife Council seeking permission to build over 200 new homes in Kinglassie. The firm plans to build 212 homes, including 46 affordable houses, with two vehicular access points, roads, landscaping, playpark and on land to the south of Hill View in the town on the edg

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