Kingdom Housing Association

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Kingdom Housing Association has unveiled a new development of 26 houses, the first phase of a £7.1 million 50-unit project on the outskirts of Rattray in Perthshire and Kingdom’s first project in the Blairgowrie area. (from left) David Perkins, investment and local strategies co-ord

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A collaborative development partnership between Ochil View Housing Association and Kingdom Housing Association on land previously owned by Ochil View has resulted in the completion and transfer of 11 new homes at Millers Lade Avenue in Sauchie. Both associations have a Strategic Collaborative Workin

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Kingdom Housing Association's fifth annual Construction Academy gets under way this month to assist unemployed Fifers gain construction skills and gain employment. As part of Kingdom Housing Association’s affordable housing development programme, the Kingdom Works team are working in coll

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Kingdom Housing Association has competed the first phase of a major £30 million regeneration project with the construction of 53 new social rented homes at Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing. Local councillors joined Kingdom staff and Board members to visit the project, view the completed homes an

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(from left) Back row – Bill Banks (Kingdom CEO), Sonny Fox, Brett Mulligan, Ryan Reekie, Lorna Jaffrey (Purvis Group), Vicky Keith (employability officer, Fife Works) and Lynne Dunn (Fife Works manager). Bottom Row – Ramsey Paterson, David Stewart, Ryan Campbell, Michael Murrison, Kyle Malcolm,

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Planning consent for the £8.9 million second phase of Kingdom Housing Association's regeneration of Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing has been approved allowing the construction of 61 new homes. Thirty per cent of the new houses will be designed and built to meet suit the particular needs of tenants w

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Trainee electrician Phillip Heather, a graduate of Kingdom Housing Association‘s Fife Works Construction Academy, has won Fife College’s apprentice of the year award in the Year 1 SVQ Electrical Installation.

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(l-r): Alastair Dee, Scottish Government; Bill Banks, KHA CEO; Freya Lees, KHA Chair; Kevin Stewart MSP Work is nearing completion on Kingdom Housing Association’s £7.2 million affordable housing project at Pitscottie Road, Cupar. When completed, the project will provide 49 new homes, to help mee

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Plans by Springfield Properties for 140 new affordable homes for Kingdom Housing Association have been approved for Ballingry in Fife. The housebuilder has been given approval to deliver a mix of two – three bedroom bungalows, terraced and semi-detached homes to the East of the town.

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Fife Council’s Community & Housing Services Committee has given final approval to the Council’s Affordable Housing Programme, which will see 3500 new affordable homes built throughout Fife by 2022.

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart during a previous visit to Kingdom Housing Association’s project in Kincardine The Scottish Government has delivered more action to increase the delivery of affordable housing with the announcement of a £15 million increase to its charitable bond investment programm

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Bill Banks, chief executive of Kingdom Housing Association, with Peter Bell, chairman of Campion Homes Campion Homes has marked the completion of its 1000th home for Kingdom Housing Association with the hand-over of a property at Kincardine.

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