Up to £50 million will be given to councils and social landlords over the next five years to build housing infrastructure which will help deliver new homes across the country, the Scottish Government has announced.
Published 5 October 2021
Fife Council has reaffirmed its commitment to challenge poverty across the region as part of this week’s national Challenge Poverty Week.
Published 4 October 2021
The first wave of happy customers have moved into Bield's affordable new homes in St Andrews – in a luxury block inspired by legendary author Enid Blyton.
Published 29 September 2021
Plans to transform a former Dunfermline nightclub into a block of flats have been approved by Fife Council.
Published 22 September 2021
Fife Council is to fund home adaptations to meet people’s care needs as part of an additional £6.21 million spend to help Fife, and its residents, recover and build back from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Published 20 September 2021
The specialist construction contract advisory team at Harper Macleod has helped Fife Council beat the clock to close a housing deal with Robertson Construction Group Limited for seven sites across the Kingdom.
Published 13 September 2021
A new residential care village development with 58 flats, six sheltered bungalow homes and a cafe is planned on empty land on the Kirkcaldy waterfront.
Published 25 August 2021
A proposed housing development in Aberdour is set to go ahead after permission was granted by a Scottish Government reporter.
Published 24 August 2021
Local authorities from across Scotland have signalled their intent to offer a haven to Afghans escaping the turmoil in their homeland.
Published 20 August 2021
Community groups, organisations and businesses can now bid for a share of Fife Council's Levenmouth Reconnected Programme (LRP) which includes a £10 million fund.
Published 16 August 2021
A revised agreement has been signed by Fife Council and the Fife Housing Association Alliance (FHAA) regarding the delivery of the Fife Affordable Housing Programme.
Published 5 August 2021
Stockport-based developer EPD Homes has submitted plans to convert Kirkcaldy’s historic former Nairn Mill building into flats.
Published 23 July 2021
Edinburgh-based developer Hunter Street Properties Ltd has submitted plans to convert the former Kitty’s nightclub in Kirkcaldy into 19 flats.
Published 23 July 2021
Restoration work on the 17th century Leslie House near Glenrothes is set to begin after plans were approved last year.
Published 8 July 2021
Plans to build 180 homes at the infamous Prestonhill Quarry site in Inverkeithing have been submitted to Fife Council.
Published 7 July 2021