Developers behind plans to build more than 1,000 homes as part of a western extension of St Andrews have advanced their masterplan proposals following feedback from a consultation survey. Attendees at a second consultation event last week were given an early glimpse of how the St Andrews West could
Sub-contractors in Fife are being sought to help build homes for the UK’s largest house builder as Barratt Developments looks to add to its current supplier roster. The housebuilder is calling on sub-contractors from across Fife to come forward as the business looks to expand its workforce to meet
Carnegie Library and Galleries The first members of the public have stepped inside the Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries (DCL&G), Fife’s newest cultural hub set in the heart of the town’s Heritage Quarter, following a 10-year design and build project.
2017 is proving to be a very busy year already for Fife Architects and since January it has begun a number of new renovations which are currently in the initial design stage. Included here are three brief examples to showcase some of the different projects that it has been working on.
A Dundee architects’ studio and St Andrews property development company have joined forces to create a new development of homes at a former St Andrews nursing home. The former Craigmount Nursing Home on The Scores, St Andrews is being transformed into six, two- and three-bedroom apartments, by Eas
A Fife-based construction company has been fined after a worker had to be dug out of a trench that collapsed onto him six years ago. Dundee Sheriff Court heard the 43-year-old employee of Wallace Roofing and Building Limited suffered a broken shoulder and collarbone as well as punctures to both of h
(from left) Ross McCabe, Ewan O’Donnell, Lynne Dunn, (Kingdom’s Fife Works co-ordinator), Scott Kirkpatrick, (Kingdom acting development director), Bill Banks, (Kingdom Group chief executive), Dougie Herd, (Campion Homes construction director), John Hutton, (Campion site agent) Kingdom Housing A
Environmental planning consultancy Atmos Consulting has secured planning permission for a 19.8MW gas peaking plant and 20MW battery storage plant in Glenrothes. In keeping with Sainc Energy’s commitment to promote sustainable energy solutions, the development also intends to launch a research and
A Proposal of Application Notice has been lodged to deliver a £50 million replacement building for Madras College at Langlands. Earlier this year, Fife Council's executive committee conditionally approved the Langlands site as the preferred location for a new Madras College.
Proposals for a new shopping centre on the outskirts of Cupar have been given the go-ahead by Fife Council. Six large units for food and non-food retail and including a takeaway are to be built next door to the Tesco supermarket on South Road.
A new state-of-the-art indoor tennis arena is to be built in St Andrews with the aim of encouraging more people to pursue the sport at all levels. The £3 million four-court centre is being funded by the University of St Andrews, Sportscotland, Tennis Scotland, the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), a p
Fife Council has announced a £10 million investment to improve roads throughout the region until 2019. The additional funding, approved at a council budget meeting last month, will be used to improve urban named roads, footways in housing precincts, rural primary routes as well as the general condi