Fife

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Modular building specialist Portakabin has worked with Fife Council to provide over 550m² of space for 75 children. Thanks to being engineered off-site, the nursery was delivered and installed while the school remained fully open throughout.

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Fife Council has secured over £3.1 million from the Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance PLC to restore the former Blair House opencast coal site near Oakley, having settled its lengthy legal battle in the Court of Session with the company, out of court. The site had been left in a derelict state when

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A detailed planning application has been submitted for new shop units which will service a Kingdom Housing Association development in Inverkeithing. Working with the Association and Campion Homes on behalf of Fife Council, 7N Architects said the plans form a key part of the emerging regeneration pro

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Plans have been submitted to create a new performing arts centre at a long-vacant building in Dunfermline. The Alhambra Theatre Trust has lodged a planning application for a new performing arts centre, including a state of the art 200-seat studio theatre, arthouse cinema, rehearsal rooms and shop an

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Resource Efficient Scotland is to host a breakfast briefing event in Fife next month which focuses on how SMEs can access grant funding and loans from Zero Waste Scotland of up to £100k. Held in association with Fife Council and Green Business Fife, the event is a must for managers, directors and o

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Scarborough Muir Group has today launched a £250 million development masterplan offering industrial, office, warehousing and leisure space adjacent to the new £1.35 billion Queensferry Crossing. With two new land sales near completion, the ‘Queensferry One’ development spans 120 acres and occu

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Fife Council has lodged a planning application for a proposed £4.5 million extension to a primary school in Kirkcaldy. Under the plans, a new nursery facility will be created at Capshard Primary School along with associated car parking, landscaping and footpaths at the site in Barry Road.

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A businessman from Dunfermline has been given a Community Payback Order of 250 hours for illegally disposing of asbestos. Graeme Burt, who runs a garage renovation and building service business, had previously pled guilty to the contravention of Section 33(1)(a)&(b) of the Environmental Protecti

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A legal agreement which had delayed the construction of over 400 homes in Glenrothes has now been resolved, the Evening Telegraph has reported. Fife Council’s central area planning committee agreed in principle three years ago to allow construction of 420 homes and several industrial units at West

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Kingdom Group chief executive Bill Banks with the construction academy trainees A group of twelve Fife trainees are celebrating obtaining their skills certificates from the Fife Works Construction Academy and are now taking up work experience positions on building sites across the region.

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Infrastructure group Hargreaves Services has launched a new subsidiary to oversee its portfolio of energy-related projects including energy from waste (EfW) projects in Fife and Grangemouth. Brockwell Energy Limited has been formed to oversee the development and potential spin-off of the Hargreaves

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