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Fife councillors have rejected Springfield's plans to build 65 new homes in Strathkinness. Councillor Jane Ann Liston, who moved refusal of the plans at the recent North East Planning Committee meeting, said the properties would have been 'squashed' into two-thirds of an area previously earmarked fo

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Fife Council has approved plans to build 60 new homes at Moray Park in Guardbridge. The development was approved by members of the North East Fife planning committee despite flood risk concerns from some locals about the site's proximity to the River Eden and a reservoir.

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A Scottish Government reporter has overturned a decision by Fife Council to reject plans to build 125 homes in Aberdour. The local authority rejected a proposal by Hillside School’s to develop its site off Main Street after the Scottish Environment Protection Agen

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Defence secretary Ben Wallace has welcomed a vast building hall for the Royal Navy’s Type 31 frigates as a major milestone in building the next-generation frigates. Type 31s, which are being built by Babcock in Roysth, will be the beating heart of the Royal Navy’s surface fleet

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Fife College has appointed the project management team that will deliver its new Dunfermline campus. Following a rigorous procurement process, construction and property consultancy firm Gardiner & Theobald was chosen to form the multi-disciplinary project management and design team.

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Investment proposals that would see over 3,800 new affordable houses built in Fife before 2026 were discussed by Fife councillors yesterday. Fife Council's Strategic Housing Investment Programme (SHIP) will now be submitted to the Scottish Government in a bid for funding to help subsidise the total

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