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Fife councillors have unanimously rejected a planning application submitted by Omnivale Ltd to build 140 homes in the north of Dunfermline after developers refused to contribute money towards a northern link road to relieve traffic. Omnivale applied to Fife Council for planning permission in princip

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Fife Council is developing a sustainable energy and climate action plan (SECAP) and is welcoming views and ideas from everyone in Fife. An online consultation on the draft ‘Climate Fife’ action plan and the accompanying Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Environmental Report will b

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Nicky Connor has been appointed as the director of health and social care in Fife. Nicky brings with her a wealth of knowledge with over 20 years’ experience covering a diversity of public service roles including nursing, acute, specialist and community roles along with professional and clinic

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The start of construction of new affordable homes in Glenrothes has been marked by Judy Hamilton, councillor and convener of the community and housing services committee, as she performed the sod-cutting ceremony earlier this week. The new development is on the site of the former Alan Mclure House c

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Fife Council has commissioned a study to discover how living in a rural area can have a significant impact on those living in poverty. The research has revealed that public transport costs in rural Fife are making it more difficult for unemployed people to access job opportunities, new research has

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Fife Council has launched a new housing training academy which will give staff and trainees the opportunity to gain nationally-recognised housing qualifications. It is hoped that the training can eventually be extended to include Public Social Partnership (PSP) partners and Registered Social Landlor

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Pupils from Kettle Primary School visited the site of a new affordable housing development at Monksmoss Ladybank in Fife to learn about the progress at the site. The Monksmoss Ladybank site is currently under development to convert the empty field to an area holding 22 new houses.

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This year’s Fife Council Better Homes Exhibition showcased the high-quality improvements being made to council homes. The exhibition took place last week in the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes and exposed the changes which Fife Council are making to their council houses. The exhibition also gave coun

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Katie Pentland has completed her traineeship with Fife Council's housing service. Originally from Freuchie, Katie has obtained full-time full-time employment with the council working as a housing professional specialising in fuel poverty.

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A new Fife Council affordable homes development at the former Burntisland Primary School has been awarded a gold certificate in the Secure By Design Award by Police Scotland. The police ‘Secured by Design’ (SBD) scheme, brings together police, landowners, housing associations, local coun

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