Baxi will be supplying its 100% hydrogen boilers for the H100 Fife Project, a world-first hydrogen-to-homes demonstration delivered through a partnership between gas distribution company SGN and Fife Council in cooperation with industry regulator Ofgem. Baxi attended an event hosted by SGN on 8 Marc
Local authority progress on homelessness prevention and scaling up of Housing First is at risk if Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan (RRTP) work ends abruptly, according to a set of new reports published by CIH Scotland with support from Fife Council.
Fife Council has agreed a rent increase of 5% for council houses from April 2023 – adding £3.92 a week to the average rent cost. The same increase will apply to service charges, garages, lockups, and temporary accommodation.
Plans for a new 24-bed care home and 20 affordable homes in Lochgelly have been granted planning permission.
Fife Council has allocated £62,000 of funding to help tackle poverty in the Dunfermline area. This funding will come from the area’s anti-poverty budget, money set aside specifically to support individuals and families who are experiencing poverty and require the information and support
Community organisations from across Dunfermline have come together at the city's Dell Farquharson Institute to talk about how they can bid for a share of £1.2 million.
Residents across Fife will benefit from having their unwanted bulky household waste items uplifted free of charge, reducing pressure on the region's recycling centres and helping residents struggling with the cost of living crisis.
Fife Council has joined forces with community partners, groups and organisations to create a number of Warm Spaces, across Fife, where anyone can go to heat up, have a cup of tea and enjoy a little company. Warm Spaces are places that people can go, free of charge, to get a little respite from the c
Councillors at Fife Council’s policy & co-ordination committee have agreed to formally consult tenants on four options for rent increases for 2023/24, including an option for no increase altogether. A freeze on rents for all landlords is currently in place until at least March 31, the loca
Fife Council has begun a review of its approach to tackling dampness/condensation and black mould within its housing stock.
As the cost of living crisis deepens, Fife Council and its community partners continue to increase the support on offer for those who need it. Fifers are being encourage to #GetHelpFife by visiting the community website to find out what support is available, and it’s probably more than you&rsq
Fife Council's Planning Services is the first local authority in the UK to be awarded Gold Carbon Literate Organisation accreditation. In 2019, the council declared a Climate Emergency and is taking steps to help tackle the impact of climate change in Fife.
A total of 58 affordable homes will be built on land that was once home to Astro Soccer Complex at Viewfield in Glenrothes.
Steve Grimmond, the current chief executive of Fife Council, has announced his plan to retire in June 2023. At its meeting on 17 November, the Cabinet Committee will be asked to agree to start the recruitment process for his replacement.
Residents, businesses and visitors are invited to have their say in shaping the Fife of the future by giving their views on the next Local Development Plan.