Fife Council

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Mr Bill McGovern of High Valleyfield in his new wet floor shower room The Fife Care and Repair Service, which is managed and operated by Kingdom Housing Association and funded by Fife Council, has been given an emphatic vote of confidence by users with satisfaction levels reaching 98 per cent.

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A new independent energy supply company, the first in the UK operating on a non-profit distributing basis, plans to be selling heat and power to tenants in 200,000 homes across Scotland by 2020. Our Power Energy, a subsidiary of Our Power Community Benefit Society, has been founded by 35 member orga

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The Fairer Fife Commission met for the fourth time yesterday to discuss the best way to break the cycle of poverty in Fife. The commission, made up of independent experts brought together by Fife Council, is examining the causes of poverty in different areas of Fife and will make recommendations on

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A drop-in event has been called for members of the public to discuss a proposed affordable housing development in Leven, Fife. The proposed development of 24 council homes - a mix of houses, cottage flats and bungalows - on the grounds of the former Kennoway Primary School on Langside Crescent will

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Left to right: Nicky Donaldson, chief executive of Fife Housing Association; Councillor Judy Hamilton, executive spokesperson for housing and building services; Anne Dickie, chair of Fife Housing Register and John Mills, Head of Housing Housing association tenants in Fife can now swap homes with loc

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(left to right) Alan Russell, senior manager, Fife Council; Bill Banks, chief executive, Kingdom Housing; Councillor Judy Hamilton, executive spokesperson for housing and building services; Charles Milne, chairman, Kingdom Housing; John Mills, head of housing, Fife Council and leader of Fife Council

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A green energy centre operated by the University of St Andrews will investigate the feasibility of heating buildings using warm water found deep underground. The university is the lead partner in a Scottish Government-funded project to find out if geothermal energy can be harnessed to heat homes and

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Fife Council is undergoing a programme to install 30,000 Aico Ei414 Fire/Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm Interfaces throughout its housing stock. The Ei414 is a flexible device that provides a dedicated connection between Aico RadioLINK Smoke, Heat and CO alarms with most new and existing Telecare/Warden

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Fife Council is giving people the chance to discuss a private developer’s plans for a proposed new affordable housing development at the former Bowling Green in Wellesley Road, Methil. A drop-in event for members of the public to view and comment on the proposal will take place at Methil Library t

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Mr Adam with Councillor Judy Hamilton and Joanne Saurin, empty homes officer Fife Council has approved the first successful loan from the ‘Empty Homes Loan Scheme’, a scheme available to owners of long-term empty homes with properties that require extensive repairs to bring them up to a lettable

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Judy Hamilton Fife Council is to continue beyond its current commitment of 2,700 new homes by 2017 after agreeing a two-year extension of its Affordable Housing Programme.

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