Campion Homes



Campion Homes development plans approved

Campion Homes has been granted permission to build 29 new homes in Star of Markinch.

Published 29 January 2020

Dairsie Primary School pupils visit Kingdom Housing Association development

Children from Dairsie Primary School in North East Fife donned hard-hats and hi-viz vests for a tour of Kingdom Housing Association’s first development in the village before receiving selection boxes as an early Christmas gift from contractor Campion Homes.

Published 18 December 2019

Campion Homes to focus on strategy to secure growth

Housebuilder Campion Homes has dispelled harsh trading conditions as the firm seeks to expand its reach and pursue a mixed tenure strategy.

Published 6 December 2019

Hillcrest highlights progress at Ellengowan regeneration project in Dundee

Hillcrest Homes’ £20.5 million redevelopment of Dundee’s Ellengowan Drive has reached another landmark with internal striping almost complete, making way for the first phase of houses to be fully removed to make way for the new homes.

Published 11 October 2019

Kingdom Housing Association wins gold award for development

Kingdom Housing Association’s latest development with Campion Homes in Cupar Muir, Fife, has been awarded top honours from Police Scotland, receiving Secured By Design (SBD) Gold Accreditation.

Published 30 September 2019

Kingdom Housing and Campion Homes build on Construction Academy success

Kingdom Housing Association's fifth annual Construction Academy gets under way this month to assist unemployed Fifers gain construction skills and gain employment.

Published 31 May 2019

New Fife street named after popular local minister

The Fife village of Saline has recognised its popular former minister by naming a street after him in the latest Kingdom Housing Association project where 55 new homes have been built in a £7 million project.

Published 23 April 2019

Kingdom completes first phase of major Fife regeneration project

Kingdom Housing Association has competed the first phase of a major £30 million regeneration project with the construction of 53 new social rented homes at Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing.

Published 3 April 2019

Campion Homes records another year of continued growth and profitability

Fife-based Campion Homes has built on its year of record growth by reporting another strong year of trading with turnover increasing by 7.4% to £32.6 million and gross margins up by 1%.

Published 27 November 2018

Fife school kids swap classroom for building site to learn about construction

A group of Fife primary school children donned hard hats and hi-visibility vests to swap the classroom for the building site and learn about construction on one of the region’s new affordable housing projects.

Published 21 November 2018

Campion Homes employees getting on their bikes for Finding Your Feet

Employees from housebuilder Campion Homes, which has delivered over 200 affordable homes in the past year, will be taking part in Scotland's biggest cycling event this weekend.

Published 5 September 2018

Aberdour housing developments refused by councillors

Plans for two major housing developments in the Fife village of Aberdour have been rejected by councillors.

Published 9 July 2018

Planning approval granted for second phase of Inverkeithing regeneration

Planning consent for the £8.9 million second phase of Kingdom Housing Association's regeneration of Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing has been approved allowing the construction of 61 new homes.

Published 25 June 2018

Bright spark Phillip named Apprentice of the Year at Fife College

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.

Published 13 June 2018

Report highlights economic impact of Kingdom Housing Association in Fife and beyond

An independent report into the economic impact of Kingdom Housing Association’s activities has found that, in addition to creating 700 jobs and generating £40 million for the Fife economy, the Association has saved the NHS and local councils an estimated £48m by enabling vulnerable people to live in their own homes independently.

Published 2 May 2018