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Following extensive consultation with the local community, Fife Council and Kingdom Housing Association are delighted to confirm the first planning application has been submitted by 7N Architects for the Fraser Avenue/Gray Place regeneration project in Inverkeithing on 13th November. The application

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Plans to turn a former steel works in Tayport into a community hub have moved forward after Fife Council approved the sale of the derelict plot. Councillors agreed to sell the old Abertay Works on Shanwell Road to Tayport Community Trust at a reduced price, paving the way for the 1.2 hectare site to

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Preliminary plans have been unveiled to expand a Fife village by 900 new homes. I&H Brown wants to build the major housing development to the south-west of Kelty and east of the M90.

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(from left) Barry Bryce, operations manager at McLaughlin & Harvey, Cllr Bob Constable, cabinet member for education and Stevie Rennie, project manager at McLaughlin & Harvey on site at Bilston Primary McLaughlin & Harvey has been appointed main contractor of two major education construc

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(from left) Cllr Marie Penman, Cllr Neil Crooks (Kirkcaldy area committee chair), Cllr David Ross (council leader), Stewart Shearer (managing director of Robertson Partnership Homes), John Mills (Fife Council's head of housing) and Cllr Judy Hamilton (executive spokesperson for housing & buildin

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Crieff councillors Ann Cowan and Rhona Brock have paid a site visit to inspect progress on a £2 million redevelopment on the site of the long-abandoned Crown Hotel which will provide fourteen new homes for social rent by the end of the year. The hotel, in the centre of Crieff, had lain unused and d

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Cllrs Ross & Hamilton on site with ward members Cllrs John O’Brien & Jim Young, Stewart Shearer (director of Robertson Partnership Homes) and project officers Work has started on Fife Council’s latest housing development of 101 new affordable homes in Methil.

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The £1 billion Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland City Region deal will reach a major milestone today as the six bid partners submit their proposal to the Westminster and Scottish governments. The bid partners, East Lothian, the City of Edinburgh, Fife, Midlothian, Scottish Borders and West L

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Fife Council has announced it wants to dual the notorious A92 from Glenrothes to the Tay Road Bridge on safety grounds. The Courier reports that the authority views the ambitious proposal as a long-term aspiration and is dependent on both agreement and funding from the Scottish Government.

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