Kingdom Housing Association

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(from left) Bill Banks Kingdom chief executive, Ian Campbell chair Kirkcaldy Foodbank and Freya Lees Kingdom chair Kingdom Housing Association has made a £300 donation to Kirkcaldy Foodbank to assist the charity in its mission to ensure that nobody in the Kirkcaldy area goes hungry in times of cris

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Bob Watt An architect who made a key contribution to the regeneration of Levenmouth is to be commemorated with a street named after him in Kingdom Housing Association’s latest development at Methil Brae, which Kingdom is developing for Glen Housing Association.

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Tenants and officers from across Scotland congregated at the Wheatley Academy in Glasgow on Friday 21st October for the first and very successful Value for Money event delivered jointly by TPAS Scotland and HouseMark Scotland. Kirsty Wells, Head of HouseMark Scotland, explored with delegates how to

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(from left) Bill Banks, Lizzie Guthrie, Elaine Thomson, Emma Matthews, Diane Baxter, Ronel Malan, Norah Smith and Shona Laird Kingdom Housing Association’s Support and Care service, which supports around 260 vulnerable people throughout the towns and villages of Fife and Falkirk, has congratulated

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Kingdom Housing Association’s Annual Tenants’ Gathering has been held outside Fife for the first time. Reflecting the Association’s growing activity across East Central Scotland, Kingdom tenants from Fife and Clackmannan travelled to Falkirk to meet local tenants in combined tenants’ session

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A bid to make nearly 800 affordable homes available to rent over the next five years is being launched by Falkirk Council this month. Around £35 million of funding is being sought from Scottish Government in a consortium bid led by the local authority on behalf of itself and other social landlords

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Kingdom Housing Association energy advisor Michael Hui during the event Kingdom Housing Association shared its energy efficiency knowledge at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference and Fair held in Dunfermline last month.

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Fife Alliance members during their visit to social enterprise Furniture Plus Fife Housing Association Alliance, the collaborative partnership between the four Fife based Associations (Fife, Glen, Kingdom & Ore Valley), has devised an in-house CPD training programme for staff to increase their kn

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Two Fife housing associations are working in partnership to deliver badly needed new affordable homes for the older and disabled people in Methil. Twenty-three homes will be developed and built by Kingdom Housing Association and will then be transferred into the ownership of Glen Housing Association

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Chairman Charlie Milne talks through Kingdom's successful year Kingdom Housing Association recorded another successful year at its AGM last night with Chairman Charlie Milne praising the work of the staff who made last year such a positive one for the association.

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Kingdom Housing Association has expanded its in-house maintenance team with the addition of three new employees to extend the type of repairs and maintenance that can be undertaken. Kingdom’s in-house maintenance team was set up 13 years ago with just three employees and has now grown to 29 operat

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