Fife

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Plans have been submitted for a housing development between Dalgety Bay and Inverkeithing which was previously rejected by Fife Council. Taylor Wimpey has lodged a detailed planning application for 295 homes at Hillend Road at the Spencerfield site.

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Work on reviewing the Fife Local Development Plan (LDP) has been further delayed due to “unforeseen circumstances”, the Scottish Government has announced. The Fife LDP sets out land use planning policies to guide where development should and should not go over the next 20 years.

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Work to refurbish a £2.8 million community hub in Cowdenbeath is now underway. The Stenhouse Street project involves the refurbishment and extension of a former office building to provide a state of the art community hub facility.

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BAM Construction has successfully handed over the new £21.5 million Windmill Community Campus in Kirkcaldy. The school is the final project to be built under the Building Fife’s Future Framework which delivered Dunfermline High School in 2012 and Auchmuty High School in 2013.

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BGF’s Patrick Graham (left) with Campion Homes chairman and MD Pete Bell Family-owned housebuilder Campion Homes is to accelerate its private residential and affordable home building programme after receiving a multi-million pound investment from the Business Growth Fund (BGF).

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An artist's impression of the Gatty Marine Lab at St Andrews East Sands A new marine laboratory for the University of St Andrews has been approved by Fife Council.

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A key milestone for the Cupar Burgh Chambers project has now been reached, with the submission of the planning and listed building consent applications to Fife Council’s planning department. Fife Historic Buildings Trust has been working Fife Council to transform the previously empty building and

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Kingdom Housing Association has received approval from the Scottish Government for its latest project in Fife, where 55 new homes will be provided at Oakley Road in Saline. Saline is about 5 miles north west of Dunfermline and where a very high need for affordable housing has been identified in the

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A housing development in a Fife village has been given the go-ahead after being reduced in size to ease capacity fears within the local school. Fife Council granted planning permission for up to 66 homes to be built at Nydie Mains in Strathkinness.

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The £25 million Guardbridge Energy Project moved a step closer to completion when the Vital Energi project team took delivery of the 6.5MW biomass boiler furnace which made the 1,300 mile journey from manufacturers Jernforsen in Sweden. The furnace manufacturer was undertaken at Jernforsen’s own

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Plans have been approved for a unique family home on a coastal site just outside Charlestown near Dunfermline. Fife Architects said its brief was to design a family home with an industrial meets rural design concept to match the home's Firth of Forth location. Formerly part of the Elgin Estate the s

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The independent review which proposed a package of measures to change Scotland’s planning system has been welcomed by Fife Council. The local authority has long called for an overhaul of the system to enable communities to have a greater say and provide a more effective system and yesterday it sai

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Graham Construction has completed a purpose-built Intensive Psychiatric Care Unit (IPCU) at Stratheden Hospital in Fife. The energy-efficient IPCU will cater for those experiencing acute episodes of mental illness, providing specialist care and treatment to patients.

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