An innovative project spearheaded by Fife Council in collaboration with Dundee City and Clackmannanshire Councils and WEA has been honoured with the Excellent People, Excellent Outcomes award at the COSLA Excellence Awards 2023.
Councillors in Fife have approved a plan to continue providing crucial support to residents struggling with the cost of living this winter. Following last year’s coordinated winter support programme, councillors have agreed to a total of £1.84 million extra funding, to help people with t
Fife Council is making progress on tackling the challenges of homelessness and the use of temporary accommodation in Fife, councillors have been told. A meeting of the council's Cabinet Committee yesterday discussed the ways the council is working to reduce homelessness through the Ending Homelessne
People across Fife are being encouraged to have their say on plans to help tackle the climate emergency, cut carbon emissions and make the region’s buildings more environmentally friendly over the coming years.
Fife Council has appointed Carol Connolly as its new executive director of place. Currently divisional director of development and sustainability at Glasgow City Council, Carol will join the Fife team in December to lead the current Enterprise & Environment Directorate.
Fife Council has committed to further investment in fire safety at two high-rise blocks of flats following the findings of a new report. Consultants commissioned by the council to evaluate work by contractors carrying improvement works to fire stopping at Swan and Memorial Court in Methil have made
Cala Homes has successfully appealed a decision to close a well-used car park in Aberdour. Fife Council’s Review Body has overturned the original, delegated decision to close the temporary car park adjacent to the development on the village’s Main Street.
Fife Council’s Local Review Body will next week consider whether a well-used temporary car park in Aberdour can remain. A condition on the planning approval for the Inchcolm Green development required that the Main Street carriageway was widened to provide two lanes for traffic along the site
Fife Council's plans to regenerate council housing in the Law and Henryson Road areas of Touch in Dunfermline are coming a step closer. Tenants and residents in the area are being invited to take part in information and engagement sessions to hear more about the plans which could eventually involve
More than £985 million is to be invested in Fife after councillors agreed the council's capital strategy and spending programme until 2033. The decision on capital spend was deferred from the council's February budget meeting to give time to consider the significant impact of rising costs asso