Kingdom Housing Association

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Kingdom Housing Association has applied for planning permission to build an affordable housing development at Manse Road, Inverkeithing. Kingdom aims to create high quality, energy efficient homes centred around an enhanced new “community green” playpark and public space. The site is located in

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Kingdom Housing Association is to press ahead with plans to develop 98 homes for rent across Fife after securing a £5 million bond issued as a loan by social investment charity Allia as part of the Scottish Government’s More Homes Scotland strategy. The new homes will be built at Inverkeithing, T

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Bill Banks, Kingdom Group chief executive, Andrew Latto, Kingdom’s head of human resources and the four trainees from last year’s intake A pilot training scheme launched last year by the Kingdom Group to offer young people the chance to start their careers with a housing association has been so

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The community in the Kinglassie area have donated 100 'survival bags' to Kingdom Housing Association for homeless people as part of a campaign to raise awareness of the problems faced by the homeless in Fife.

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Ambitious plans to help regenerate Clackmannan took a step forward last week when new actions to deliver new affordable housing, community enterprise facilities, streetscape improvements and the relocation of a local business to new premises were agreed by the local authority. Funding of over £5 mi

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Representatives from Kingdom, Fife Council, Campion Homes and the Design Consultants for the project Work is to begin this month on the construction of 53 new affordable homes in the first phase of a regeneration project by Kingdom Housing Association that will transform Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithi

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(from left) Support workers Iona Watson and Chloe Ridgley, PC Fraser Laird, Dave Roy H&S officer, Sheila Breen, Support and Care co-ordinator Kingdom Housing Association is once again working closely with Police Scotland to beat crime and stay safe.

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Kingdom Housing Association has reported “excellent progress” on its development of 22 new homes at Paton Street in Dunfermline and announced that completion of the first phase is now expected for May this year.

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Kingdom Housing Association is to move forward with proposals to develop the derelict former walled garden at Trynmuir, Cuparmuir, with 25 homes for affordable rent. Having been granted planning permission in principle for the development by Fife Council back in 2010, followed by another approval in

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Nick Pollard Continuing our series of Just A Minute profiles of housing association finance directors, run in partnership with our sister publication Scottish Financial News, is Nick Pollard, director of corporate support services at Kingdom Housing Association.

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Bill Banks Kingdom Housing Association has launched a Community Initiatives Fund to provide donations of up to a maximum of £2,000 for local voluntary organisations working to improve the communities where the Association operates.

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Kingdom staff members (from left) Back Row: Technical officer Sean Whittet, head of HR Andrew Latto, Kerri Gell and finance apprentice Michael Mayes. Front Row: Health and safety officer Dave Roy, housing officer Susan Lowden and chief executive Bill Banks Kingdom Housing Association is supporting t

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