Fife Council

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Fife Council is asking local community bodies to start to develop Local Place Plans, giving people an opportunity to develop proposals for the development and use of land in the place where they live. Local Place Plans are a new type of plan designed to stimulate and encourage debate about the futur

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Councillors are set to approve the demolition of a block of flats in Fife. Fife Council's Cowdenbeath area committee is due to consider a report from the council’s head of housing on Wednesday which will signal the beginning of the end for the properties at 101-147 Martin Crescent in Ball

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Members of Fife Council approved an updated Enforcement Charter endorsing the council's Planning Service approach to planning enforcement for the next two years. Planning legislation gives councils enforcement powers to deal with a range of unauthorised land use activities. These generally involve t

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Fife Council has agreed a one-year rent increase of 2.5% for council houses from April 2022 – adding just £1.91 a week to the average rent cost. The same increase will apply to service charges, garages, lock-ups and temporary accommodation.

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Fife councillors have approved a budget for 2022-23 which will see council tax will rise by 3% on Band D, to help avoid any cuts to services and allow additional one-off investment of £3.691 million in a range of areas. The council said its budget reinforces its commitment to investing in Fife

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