Kingdom Housing Association

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Annabelle Ewing MSP visited the Fife village of Cardenden to see a newly completed development of 59 affordable homes being handed over to Kingdom Housing Association by Ogilvie Construction. The houses have been built in Balgonie Grove, on the former mining site behind Jamphlars Court, and offer a

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Kingdom Support & Care has appointed Paul White as executive director. Founded as a Community Interest Company in April 2017, Kingdom Support & Care is a subsidiary of Kingdom Housing Association and supports over 300 people throughout Fife and the Forth Valley helping them live independent

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Over 200 staff from across the Kingdom Group gathered at the Carnegie Conference Centre in Dunfermline for the Association’s first in-person staff conference since before the Covid-19 pandemic. Kingdom Housing Association’s annual staff conference plays an important part in the organisat

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Kingdom Housing Association has announced the re-election of Linda Leslie as chair of the Association and of Freya Lees and Laurie Naumann as joint vice chairs. First elected as chair in 2021, Linda has been a board member of the Association since 2015 and also serves on Kingdom’s Policy Commi

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Kingdom Housing Association has welcomed its recognition for excellence in housing after winning four awards, including being named Housing Provider of the Year, at the CIH Scotland Housing Awards. At a gala event held in Glasgow, the CIH Scotland Housing Awards recognised and celebrated the individ

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Kingdom Housing Association has welcomed the news that its pioneering homelessness project The Naumann Initiative has been shortlisted in the CIH Scotland Housing Awards. Appearing in the ‘Excellence in Delivering Homelessness Services’ category, the Naumann Initiative aims to break the

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Campion Homes Ltd has been recognised with an award for its recent-completed development of 45 new homes in Auchterderran, Fife. Checkmate, an insurer providing new home warranty insurance policies across the UK, awarded Campion its "Best Development" award for September 2022 as part of its Excellen

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Over 150 tenants, residents, and shared owners gathered at Kingdom Housing Association’s first Autumn gathering at The Scottish Deer Centre, by Cupar. Visitors came from across Perth and Kinross, Clackmannanshire, and Fife to enjoy the family-focused day out at one of Fife’s favourite vi

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Kingdom Housing Association has marked the successful completion of its inaugural graduate trainee programme with a virtual presentation to a select group of guests from across the country. Launched in 2019, the Graduate Trainee Programme is an evolution of a wider trainee scheme created in 2015 as

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Kingdom Housing Association welcomed members, board members and staff to the organisation’s Annual General Meeting on Monday evening. Guests heard about another successful year in which Kingdom invested over £88 million in affordable housing, allowing it to complete 465 new homes and sta

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Kingdom Housing Association has been shortlisted for 16 submissions across 12 categories at the CIH Scotland Housing Awards, a record result for the organisation. The CIH Scotland Housing Awards are the country’s annual awards for excellence and celebrate the creativity, passion and innovation

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Councillors will be asked to decide on future management arrangements for 18 new flats for affordable social rent on the site of the former Fairfield Community Centre in Perth. A meeting of the Housing and Social Wellbeing Committee will be given an update on the development, which is due to be

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Kingdom Housing Association has revealed figures that show it invested £87.76 million in its development programme in 2021/22, making it the largest annual investment in affordable housing in the association’s history. The Association provided £43m in private finance funding, which

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