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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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L-R: At Lyne Burn improvement works Alice Tree, Jeremy Harris, and councillor Judy Hamilton (By Andrew Beveridge) Fife Council’s Cabinet committee has agreed a new Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) to be submitted to the Scottish Government which has the potential to deliver furthe

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Tenants have been moving into a new Fife Council housing project in Kingseat. The development has been built on the site of the old Halfway House Hotel and consists of 18 new council houses, a mixture of two and three-bedroom houses and flats.

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Fife Council has rejected plans to convert the historic Albert Hotel in North Queensferry into flats. The council ruled the developer, Edinburgh-based Festival Inns, had not provided sufficient evidence to support its claim the Albert Hotel in North Queensferry was no longer viable as a business.

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