Kingdom Housing Association

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(from left) James Heard, Campion Homes; Julie Watson, Kingdom Housing Association; Ian McCreadie, Campion Homes Three Inverkeithing residents are the latest jobseekers to benefit from a Construction Academy organised by Fife Works, Kingdom Housing Association’s employability project.

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The completed homes at Devilla in Kincardine The final phase of a major affordable housing development in Kincardine, Fife, has been completed by Kingdom Housing Association after a multi-million pound construction project.

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A detailed planning application has been submitted for new shop units which will service a Kingdom Housing Association development in Inverkeithing. Working with the Association and Campion Homes on behalf of Fife Council, 7N Architects said the plans form a key part of the emerging regeneration pro

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Kingdom Group chief executive Bill Banks with the construction academy trainees A group of twelve Fife trainees are celebrating obtaining their skills certificates from the Fife Works Construction Academy and are now taking up work experience positions on building sites across the region.

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Bill Banks, Kingdom’s group chief executive (left), welcoming Scott Kilpatrick to his new role Kingdom Housing Association, which aims to develop and build around 2,900 homes over the next five years, has appointed Scott Kirkpatrick as director of development.

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Kingdom Housing Association has reported “excellent progress” on its development of 22 new homes at Paton Street in Dunfermline and announced that completion of the first phase is now expected for May this year.

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Bob Watt An architect who made a key contribution to the regeneration of Levenmouth is to be commemorated with a street named after him in Kingdom Housing Association’s latest development at Methil Brae, which Kingdom is developing for Glen Housing Association.

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A bid to make nearly 800 affordable homes available to rent over the next five years is being launched by Falkirk Council this month. Around £35 million of funding is being sought from Scottish Government in a consortium bid led by the local authority on behalf of itself and other social landlords

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(left to right) Bill Banks chief executive, Kingdom Housing Association, Charles Milne, chairperson, Kingdom Housing Association, Tom Brown, chairperson, Ochil View Housing Association and George Tainsh, director, Ochil View Housing Association A new partnership between Ochil View Housing Associatio

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Kingdom Housing Association has received approval from the Scottish Government for its latest project in Fife, where 55 new homes will be provided at Oakley Road in Saline. Saline is about 5 miles north west of Dunfermline and where a very high need for affordable housing has been identified in the

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