Fife

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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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Work on an “innovative” £24 million replacement for an ageing Anstruther school will begin as soon as possible after planning consent was agreed by Fife Council. Pupils are due to move into the new three-storey Waid Academy in March 2017.

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Fife Council has signalled its support for a £500 million plan to regenerate Rosyth’s waterfront. First unveiled in November last year by site owners the Scarborough Muir Group (SMG), the development would cover 120 acres and include five zones in the shadow of the Forth bridges. These would inco

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Detailed consent has been granted for phase one of Scotland’s largest green data centre development in Fife. Plans are now in place for two cloud hosting facilities at Queensway Park in Glenrothes, the first of which will cover an area of over 90,000 sq ft and is hoped to be ready for occupation t

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Kingdom Housing Association is to build 49 new, badly needed affordable homes for rent in Cupar at a cost of £6 million following approval of the planning in principle application by Fife Council. The funding for project will be assisted by subsidy as part of the Scottish Government’s Affordable

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New planning guidance in Fife will help regenerate the area and create jobs, according to the council. The new guidance replaces three previous documents and aims to support growth in the region's housebuilding sector.

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The completed development Kingdom Housing Association has announced the completion of the final phase of the £17 million Tanshall and Caskieberran redevelopment project in Glenrothes.

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BAM Construction has secured a deal to design and build a £43 million new high school in Levenmouth, Fife. The deal is one of the largest infrastructure projects procured so far using the Scottish Government’s hub framework, which brings together community planning partners, including health and

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A man with an interest in a property which was found to be in a “state of disrepair” has failed in an appeal against the decision to grant a compulsory purchase order (CPO) over the house. Judges in the Court of Session Inner House were not persuaded that there was any force in any of the compla

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