Campion Homes

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Caroline Gardiner, Inverkeithing Primary School head teacher; Bill Banks, Kingdom Group chief executive; Dougie Herd, joint managing director at Campion Homes and the schools pupil councillors from P4 - P7 Pupils from Inverkeithing Primary School are to be involved in Kingdom Housing Association’s

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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

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Campion Homes’ new Executive Board. Back Row (from left): Dave Simpson, Ali Graham, Alan Chalmers. Front Row (from left): Marjorie Scott, Pete Bell, Susan Jackson, Dougie Herd Family-owned Campion Homes has announced details of a strengthened Executive Board as the Fife-based housebuilder prepares

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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. During the four week academy the participants gained knowledge and qualifications in manua

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(from left) Ross McCabe, Ewan O’Donnell, Lynne Dunn, (Kingdom’s Fife Works co-ordinator), Scott Kirkpatrick, (Kingdom acting development director), Bill Banks, (Kingdom Group chief executive), Dougie Herd, (Campion Homes construction director), John Hutton, (Campion site agent) Kingdom Housing A

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Kingdom Housing Association is to press ahead with plans to develop 98 homes for rent across Fife after securing a £5 million bond issued as a loan by social investment charity Allia as part of the Scottish Government’s More Homes Scotland strategy. The new homes will be built at Inverkeithing, T

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Representatives from Kingdom, Fife Council, Campion Homes and the Design Consultants for the project Work is to begin this month on the construction of 53 new affordable homes in the first phase of a regeneration project by Kingdom Housing Association that will transform Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithi

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BGF's Patrick Graham (left) with Campion Homes chairman and MD Pete Bell Family-owned housebuilder Campion Homes is to accelerate its private residential and affordable home building programme after receiving a multi-million pound investment from the Business Growth Fund (BGF).

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Development underway at Bute Cresent Fife Council’s Affordable Housing Programme is helping to provide more much needed council homes in the Abbeyview area of Dunfermline.

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