Fife Council

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Housebuilders could soon be asked to make a financial contribution to health and social care facilities when planning permission is granted for new developments in Fife. With the increased pressure new housing can place on GP practices, councillors have agreed consideration should be given during re

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Councillor Judy Hamilton, convener of Fife Council's community and housing services committee, marked the start of construction of nine new council houses in Leslie by performing the sod-cutting ceremony. Ryan Scott, (Robertson site manager), Shaun Henry, Fife Council, Councillor

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Fife Council hosted its Fuel Poverty Conference this week, bringing partners together to help people who are struggling to pay for heat and power in their homes. Professionals from a range of council services and partners including Cosy Kingdom, Fife NHS, Energy Action Scotland, and the Chartered In

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There is no need for any increase in charges for HMO (house of multiple occupancy) licenses to be passed on to students who are concerned about rent rises, Fife Council has reiterated. Every HMO needs a licence to make sure health and safety standards are met for residents. The council has rece

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Fife Council has agreed a one-year rent increase of 3% for council house tenants from April 2020. The announcement comes after the local authority set its budget for the year ahead amid a £15.449 million budget gap.

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Fife Council's community and housing services committee convener, Councillor Judy Hamilton, has marked the start of construction of new council houses in Dunfermline by performing the sod-cutting ceremony.

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The untapped energy potential from Scotland’s parks and greenspaces could provide low carbon heat for homes and reduce the nation's carbon footprint, research published today by greenspace scotland has revealed.

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Fife Council has marked the start of construction of new council homes in Inverkeithing. Cllr Judy Hamilton on site with (from left) Debbie Ford (Fife Council) Pauline Mills (Taylor Wimpey) Helen Wilkie (Fife Council) Kenny Gorman (Taylor Wimpey) and Abby Kelman (Taylor Wimpey)

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Fife Council is to contact student representatives from the University of St Andrews this week to explain the need for an increase in charges for HMO licenses - and that there should be no need to pass on any increase in fees, to students who are concerned about rent rises.

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With the listing of the former Madras College site in St Andrews for sale, Fife Council has produced a guidance document for developers which recommends that the site be used for housing. The document also recommends that the site should contain a care home and student accommodation.

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