More than £4.5 million has been invested to improve high rise flats in Fife since the Grenfell disaster in 2017, the local authority has revealed.
Twenty-five new apprentices have begun their apprenticeships with Fife Council's Building Services this week.
Glenrothes is the first town in the UK to be awarded recognition for a plan to become a Living Wage Town.
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.
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
Tenants have been moving into a new Fife Council housing project in Burntisland. The development has seen the former primary school transformed through a major refurbishment of the historically significant buildings.
CIH Scotland has confirmed the appointment of Gavin Smith to the Scotland board. Currently a service manager at Fife Council with responsibility for homelessness, housing access and service commissioning arrangements, Gavin has worked in various roles in a number of different housing policy areas fo
Fife Council tenants have formed a Panel to look at how the council’s housing service performs compared to other similar local authorities. The Fife Tenant Led Scrutiny Panel (FTLSP) came together in August last year and their first task was to look at temporary accommodation as part of F
Fife Council's commitment to provide 3,500 new affordable homes across the Kingdom by 2022 moved a step closer last week after three new housing developments were given the green light.
A £1 million fund is to be made available to help Fife Council tenants who are struggling to cope with the effects of Universal Credit (UC). As part of the council's commitment to a fairer Fife, convener of the community and housing services committee, Cllr Judy Hamilton, said the decision wil
Older people at a retirement housing development in Buckhaven are narrowing the generational gap with the help of their local high school.
Kingdom Housing Association is pioneering an innovative new project that aims to break the vicious circle of homelessness and unemployment by simultaneously giving a homeless person a job, a home and support with any complex needs or barriers to sustaining their tenancy. (from left) Bill Banks, Cllr
A major expansion of St Andrews moved a step closer yesterday after a further 900 homes were given the green light.
Work has commenced on the first phases of a development that will deliver more than 1,000 new homes for Kirkcaldy. Murray Estates’ Kingdom Park development is located between the A92 and A915 on the north eastern edge of town.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has announced the beginning of pre-construction and enabling works for a development of 295 new homes at its Spencer Fields development in Inverkeithing. The development, which will deliver 74 affordable homes in partnership with Fife Council, has also been designed to pr