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.
(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
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.
Kevin Stewart MSP, minister for local government and housing (front right) and Freya Lees, Kingdom Housing Association chair (front centre), join trainees and apprentices from Kingdom Housing Association and Campion Homes at the Pitscottie Road development in Cupar An independent report into the eco
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
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.
(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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Regional managing director Simon Phillips (right) and business development manager Euan McDermott Esh Border Construction has announced a raft of new multi-million pound framework partnerships within Scotland's social housing sector.