Revised proposals to build four townhouses overlooking the Old Course in St Andrews have been granted planning approval by Fife Council.
Baxi will be supplying its 100% hydrogen boilers for the H100 Fife Project, a world-first hydrogen-to-homes demonstration delivered through a partnership between gas distribution company SGN and Fife Council in cooperation with industry regulator Ofgem. Baxi attended an event hosted by SGN on 8 Marc
Kingdom Housing Association welcomed Scottish Labour spokesperson on housing & local government Mark Griffin MSP as well as representatives from the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) and Kingdom board members to its largest sustainable housing development to date recently. The &
Fife College's construction partner Balfour Beatty is to offer over 200 weeks of work for local apprentices on the build phase of its new Dunfermline Campus.
Work is now underway to build the new Leven station as part of the £116 million Scottish Government funded Levenmouth Rail Link project.
Ediston and EMA Architecture & Design have submitted plans to expand the Fife village of Milton of Balgonie with the addition of 63 new homes. A total of 59 houses and four cottage flats are proposed for arable land located south of Main Street, of which 10% would be classed as affordable.
Plans for a new 24-bed care home and 20 affordable homes in Lochgelly have been granted planning permission.
Gas distribution company SGN has appointed engineering firm Altrad Babcock as the main works contractor for its world-first project which will demonstrate how clean hydrogen can be used for cooking and heating in homes. Altrad Babcock will build the hydrogen production and storage site for the
Members of Fife Council's Kirkcaldy’s Area Committee have said that they want to see the Thistle Street and Esplanade multi-storey car parks demolished and a new surface level car park and development opportunity created at Kirkcaldy’s waterfront.
New stonework which adorned the approach and exit of the famous Swilcan Bridge at the Old Course in St Andrews has been removed just days after it was installed after it created a storm of controversy. Work had been carried out by St Andrews Links Trust, which is responsible for maintainin
Fife housebuilder Lomond Homes has been granted planning consent to build 20 new homes, as well as commercial premises, on the former police station site on Napier Road, Glenrothes. Marking a significant element of Fife Council’s ongoing regeneration plans for Glenrothes town centre, the propo
Springfield Properties has teamed up with pupils at Strathkinness Primary School to create a hedgehog highway at its new development to mark National Hedgehog Day.
Whiteburn’s Viewforth development has reached a key milestone as the first two homeowners have moved into their new home at this stunning development in Kirkcaldy with views over the River Forth. Seeing a development literally come to life is a very exciting part of creating a new community as
Network Rail has started work to build the new Cameron Bridge station in Fife.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a c.£90 million contract by Fife College for the design and construction of a new learning campus in Dunfermline.