Kingdom Housing Association

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Kingdom Housing Association has finalised the land purchase for its site at Pitscottie Road, Cupar and obtained full planning approval for a £6.5 million project that will provide 49 new homes for affordable rent to meet a range of housing needs. The development will include: 16 one and two bedroom

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Fraser Avenue as it stands The £26 million regeneration of Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing, that will include 189 new affordable homes in a village-style development, has been approved and demolition work could begin later this year.

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Social Justice Secretary Alex Neil with Phil Caroe, Allia's director of social finance; Colin Connell, development director at Persimmons Partnerships; Jim Whiston, director of Ayrshire Housing Association, Nick Pollard, Kingdom Housing Association director of finance; Sandy Dennison, finance manage

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Kingdom Housing Association's employability project, Fife Works, is building on the success of its recent Construction Academy, and is launching a further Academy this week to help move more unemployed young people into the construction industry. Part of the Academy is a 2 week work experience place

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(left to right) Back Row: Scott Lindsay, Corran McIntosh, Josh Martin, Lynne Dunn, Kyle Thomson, Roger Gardiner, Connor Webster and Martin Mentiplay. Front Row: Logan Richardson, Scott Cape, Kyle Matthews, Brendan Urquhart Ten unemployed Fife youngsters have begun careers in the construction industr

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Following extensive consultation with the local community, Fife Council and Kingdom Housing Association are delighted to confirm the first planning application has been submitted by 7N Architects for the Fraser Avenue/Gray Place regeneration project in Inverkeithing on 13th November. The application

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Crieff councillors Ann Cowan and Rhona Brock have paid a site visit to inspect progress on a £2 million redevelopment on the site of the long-abandoned Crown Hotel which will provide fourteen new homes for social rent by the end of the year. The hotel, in the centre of Crieff, had lain unused and d

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Kingdom Housing Association is to build 49 new, badly needed affordable homes for rent in Cupar at a cost of £6 million following approval of the planning in principle application by Fife Council. The funding for project will be assisted by subsidy as part of the Scottish Government’s Affordable

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The completed development Kingdom Housing Association has announced the completion of the final phase of the £17 million Tanshall and Caskieberran redevelopment project in Glenrothes.

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Fife construction firms have learned how they can build their businesses by adding community benefits like training and employment opportunities to their tenders for contracts to deliver new affordable housing for councils and housing associations.

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(left to right) Rear: Ian Paul site manager, Bill Banks. Front: Charlie Milne, Community Cllr Elspeth Paterson, Cllr Tim Brett, Dougie Herd, Julie Watson Fife councillors joined Kingdom Housing Association representatives to mark the beginning of works that will see a mix of 66 badly needed new home

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(left to right) Councillor Ann Cowan, Kingdom chairperson Charles Milne and Councillor Rhona Brock lend a hand to demolish the Old Crown Hotel Crieff councillors joined Kingdom Housing Association chairperson Charles Milne to mark the beginning of a £1.9 million project that will transform a long-a

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