Fife Housing Association Alliance

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A revised agreement has been signed by Fife Council and the Fife Housing Association Alliance (FHAA) regarding the delivery of the Fife Affordable Housing Programme. Committing the partners to adopt a collaborative approach to work with private developers to deliver the Section 75 Agreement for

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A partnership of Fife-based housing associations has launched the Fife Voices Housing Advocacy Project, a collaborative initiative designed to provide additional support to vulnerable tenants, promote tenancy sustainment and prevent homelessness within Fife. The project has been largely funded throu

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Proposals that will see 76 new council houses built in Methil, Dysart and Glenrothes have been approved by Fife Council. The three developments are part of the council's commitment to delivering 3,500 new affordable homes by May 2022.

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Fife Council's Affordable Housing Programme has hit another milestone, with a new development at Keir Hardie Wynd in Methil. Tenants have already moved into the new housing complex, which consists of 25 new council houses with two, three and four-bedroom houses, bungalows an

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Fife Council has completed 62 new council houses at School Drive in Glenrothes. The new development will have 78 houses when complete and consists of two, three and four-bedroom properties.

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Fife Council’s ambitious Affordable Housing Programme is making progress with the start of construction of new very sheltered accommodation in Glenrothes. Located on Napier Road at the site of the Napier House Care Home, all 31 flats will be brand new council housing and form part of a care villag

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Some of Fife’s finest were treated to a fun-filled afternoon last week as the Fife Housing Association Alliance hosted a free afternoon tea for their older tenants. In an effort to help tackle the loneliness and isolation often experienced by our senior citizens, tenants of Fife Housing Group, Kin

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Convener of the council's community and housing services committee, Judy Hamilton Fife Council is to invest more than £86 million in its council homes over the next two years with a further £42m earmarked to fund a new build affordable housing programme in 2019.

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Gary Haldane, Kingdom Housing Group head of ICT Housing association staff from across Fife attended a joint training event organised by Fife Housing Association Alliance to increase their knowledge of how digital solutions can be applied to services and projects to benefit tenants.

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Bill Banks, chief executive, Kingdom Housing Association and Cllr Judy Hamilton, convener of community and housing services committee A formal agreement between Fife Council and the Fife Housing Association Alliance has been renewed for the next five years, allowing the partnership to continue to de

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