Fife

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An indicative image of a potential design for the cinema Plans for a new eight-screen cinema, together with four new restaurant/bar units within the Mercat Shopping Centre in Kirkcaldy, are to go on exhibition to the public for the first time this month.

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Councillors have formally agreed that the £50 million replacement for Madras College should be built at Langlands in St Andrews. The University of St Andrews-owned site was selected by Fife Council’s executive committee as the preferred location on educational grounds after legal challen

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David Knight, managing director of Avant Homes Scotland, at the Calderbrook development in Glasgow Scottish housebuilder Avant Homes has revealed plans for 385 new homes across three new developments in the Central Belt, with a combined value of £94 million.

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Kingdom Housing Association has reported “excellent progress” on its development of 22 new homes at Paton Street in Dunfermline and announced that completion of the first phase is now expected for May this year.

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Proposals for the infrastructure projects which will benefit from more than £1.84 billion of planned investment as part of the Tay Cities Deal have been laid out in a submission document. Set out as a series of “asks” and “offers” across 100 pages, the Tay Cities Deal submission lists over

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Artist’s impression of the new building, courtesy of Flanagan Lawrence Plans for a state-of-the-art music centre in the heart of St Andrews have been unveiled today by the University of St Andrews.

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Plans have been unveiled for a residential led mixed-use development comprising a minimum of 2,150 residential units in Dunfermline. An application for Planning Permission in Principle submitted to Fife Council last month by Stirling Developments Ltd proposes a £600 million investment into the Earl

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Tenders are being invited for a £7 million contract to develop Andrew Melville Hall in St Andrews. Just a short walk from the centre of town, the A-listed student halls of residence was constructed between 1983 and 1986 and has seen better days.

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A grade B listed Town House in Lochgelly has received a makeover and stylish conversion into four flats by Fife Council Building Services. The work has involved sensitive restoration retaining and restoring many of the original features of the building.

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BAM Construction has handed over Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries to hub East Central Scotland and Fife Council. Located on Abbot Street within the town’s heritage quarter, the new museum joins two existing B-listed buildings, the existing Carnegie library and a former bank branch, and h

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Scottish Government reporters have published their recommendations on Fife’s local development strategy. Among the recommendations is a proposal to remove the site for the replacement Madras College at Pipeland in St Andrews; the site has been reinstated as green belt land with no development prop

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Bob Watt An architect who made a key contribution to the regeneration of Levenmouth is to be commemorated with a street named after him in Kingdom Housing Association’s latest development at Methil Brae, which Kingdom is developing for Glen Housing Association.

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