Fife Council Planning Service has become the first local government service in Scotland to receive Gold Carbon Literate Organisation (CLO) accreditation. This achievement is the result of a collaborative effort with Climate Action Fife to provide climate literacy training to over 120 staff and elect
The better weather might provide a bit of relief from huge fuel bills but everyday living costs are still creating a strain for many people in Fife. So, Fife Council is reminding people that it is here to help and there is still lots of help available. Fifers are being encouraged to #GetHelpFife by
Fife Council leader David Ross and housing spokesperson Judy Hamilton have visited Persimmon’s Rosslyn Gait development to hear about the home builder’s investment in Kirkcaldy and across Fife. Rosslyn Gait is part of a project that will deliver over 1,000 new homes in the area – 1
Council services in Fife are working together to tackle condensation, dampness and mould in council houses across the region and a dedicated group of staff has been set up to provide a fast response, councillors have heard. A report which went before the local authority's cabinet committee last week
Ken Gourlay, currently executive director enterprise & environment, is to take on Fife Council’s top job in July after Steve Grimmond retires as CEO. Fife Council leader, Councillor David Ross, chaired the appointment committee and confirmed the decision.
Baxi will be supplying its 100% hydrogen boilers for the H100 Fife Project, a world-first hydrogen-to-homes demonstration delivered through a partnership between gas distribution company SGN and Fife Council in cooperation with industry regulator Ofgem. Baxi attended an event hosted by SGN on 8 Marc
Local authority progress on homelessness prevention and scaling up of Housing First is at risk if Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan (RRTP) work ends abruptly, according to a set of new reports published by CIH Scotland with support from Fife Council.
Fife Council has agreed a rent increase of 5% for council houses from April 2023 – adding £3.92 a week to the average rent cost. The same increase will apply to service charges, garages, lockups, and temporary accommodation.
Fife Council has allocated £62,000 of funding to help tackle poverty in the Dunfermline area. This funding will come from the area’s anti-poverty budget, money set aside specifically to support individuals and families who are experiencing poverty and require the information and support