The new orthopaedic National Treatment Centre is the largest capital project that NHS Fife has undertaken since the opening of the new wing of the Victoria Hospital in 2012 and remains on course for completion later this year.
Plans to fill in a Fife quarry pond to make room for a mixed-use development comprising holiday lodges and a cafe/bistro have been rejected by councillors. DDR (UK) Limited had been seeking planning permission in principle at Prestonhill Quarry in Inverkeithing.
A road that once formed a key link in the carrying of coal between the former opencast mine at St Ninians near Kelty and Longannet power station in Fife has been uncovered by the site owners during vital maintenance and repair works in the ongoing development of a proposed Eco-Therapy Wellness and L
One of Scotland's last remaining flax industry buildings, Silverburn Flax Mill near Leven in Fife, will be brought back to life after winning a £3.47 million grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Fife Council leaders David Alexander and David Ross were joined by pupils, project contractors and council officers yesterday to mark the beginning of construction work at the new Dunfermline Learning Campus.
Planning permission has been granted for the refurbishment and extension of The Scores Hotel at St Andrews. The historic property occupies a unique position, a few yards from the first tee at the Old Course, overlooking the legendary Royal & Ancient Golf Clubhouse and North Sea coastline.
Councillors at the Community and Housing Services sub-committee welcomed and approved plans for three new council housing developments across Fife. The developments at New Flockhouse, Lochore, Fair Isle Road, Kirkcaldy and Bellyeoman Road, Dunfermline and will provide affordable homes for over 100 f
Fife Council’s Policy & Coordination Committee has given the go-ahead for essential works on Leven Rail Bridge, as well as approving funding to cover extra costs in the Cupar care home replacement. The committee noted that the Leven Rail Link and associated programmes will bring some &poun