A self-catering holiday park in Fife has been granted permission to build a new restaurant complete with its own helipad. Catering to "discerning and well-travelled people with high standards”, the five-star Hawkswood Country Estate said it aims to create “Scotland’s fine
A revised agreement has been signed by Fife Council and the Fife Housing Association Alliance (FHAA) regarding the delivery of the Fife Affordable Housing Programme. Committing the partners to adopt a collaborative approach to work with private developers to deliver the Section 75 Agreement for
Drinks company Diageo has applied for planning permission to build a solar energy farm alongside its packaging plant at Leven. Subject to consent by Fife Council, the plans would see 12,000 solar panels capable of producing 4MW of electricity installed on vacant land at the 150-acre plant, which pro
Forth Ports has today intimated to the Scottish Government that it will submit a proposal for a Green Port encompassing key ports, industrial complexes and logistics centres along the north and south shores of the Firth of Forth and at Edinburgh Airport.
Stockport-based developer EPD Homes has submitted plans to convert Kirkcaldy’s historic former Nairn Mill building into flats. A planning application to build 39 flats, a gym and commercial units at the three-storey landmark building has been submitted to Fife Council.
Housebuilder Gordon Powell has said he will push on with 20-year-old housing plans for Fife if his firm’s revisions are not approved by MSPs. Mr Powell, who is the chief executive of Raith Homes, said he will have “no option” but to proceed with the outdated blueprint for Ladybank
Plans to build six new flats in St Andrews have been refused on appeal as concerns were voiced that they would “damage” a conservation area. The Scottish Government planning appeals division said Eastacre Development’s proposal for a block on Doubledykes Road would “imbalance
Plans to build 180 homes at the infamous Prestonhill Quarry site in Inverkeithing have been submitted to Fife Council. The council has been urged to redevelop the site following the deaths of three people since 2014, with individuals even launching petitions to fill in the quarry.