Clackmannanshire Council



Special Christmas for Alloa couple thanks to Kingdom Housing Association

An Alloa couple are celebrating Christmas with their son in a new house specially designed and built to meet the family's requirements after Kingdom Housing Association brought forward construction plans to meet their urgent need.

Published 23 December 2015

Partnership delivers new affordable housing for Tillicoultry

A partnership between Clackmannanshire Council, Kingdom Housing Association and hub East Central Scotland, is building new affordable homes at the site of the former Community Centre in Ann Street, Tillicoultry.

Published 3 November 2015

Clacks Council teams up with Kingdom HA

Work has started on a new affordable housing project created through a partnership between Clackmannanshire Council and Kingdom Housing Association.

Published 16 June 2015

Falkirk pension fund affordable homes investment hailed as a ‘trailblazer’

Falkirk Council’s Local Government Pension Scheme Fund has awarded fund manager Hearthstone Investments £30 million to invest in social and affordable housing in Scotland.

Published 8 June 2015

Kingdom marks beginning of Tullibody project with donation to local environment group

Kingdom Housing Association has marked the beginning of its first affordable housing project in Clackmannanshire with the presentation of a cheque for £1,000 to the Delph Pond Forum which is improving the natural environment in Tullibody.

Published 2 June 2015

Unions express grave concerns for services in Stirling and Clackmannanshire

Council staff have grave concerns about the future of public services in Stirling and Clackmannanshire, according to UNISON.

Published 27 May 2015

Affordable housing plan for Alloa town centre

Clackmannanshire Council is in the early stages of a plan to further regenerate Alloa town centre by building affordable housing on a derelict site.

Published 20 May 2015

Clackmannanshire Local Development Plan approved

A plan which will guide the future use and development of land in Clackmannanshire for the next 20 years has been approved at a Clackmannanshire Council meeting last week.

Published 18 May 2015