Kingdom Housing Association

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Work is underway on the construction of 16 new flats on the site of a former derelict warehouse in Alloa. The £2.4 million project is the latest development by Kingdom Housing Association in Clackmannanshire and images of the new affordable flats, that will be available for Mid Market Rent (MMR), h

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Kingdom Housing Association is on site with its latest project at Dunlin Drive, South Dunfermline, where 56 new affordable homes are being developed at a cost of £6.7 million. The site, part of the former Hyundai plant, is being developed for Kingdom by Persimmon Partnership Homes as part of a larg

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Kingdom Housing Association and Citizens Advice and Rights Fife (CARF), through the Macmillan Fife Welfare Benefit Partnership, have launched a new partnership aimed at supporting tenants in Fife affected by cancer. Norah Smith, director of housing and care at Kingdom, said: “We recognise that ten

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Stephen Cairns Stephen Cairns, head of housing with Kingdom Housing Association, has decided to leave the Association after thirty years of service.

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Twenty-seven affordable new two and three-bedroomed homes will be created by the latest phase of the redevelopment of Devilla in Kincardine, Fife, which is now under way. The £3.6 million development of new homes, on the site of former high rise flats owned by Fife Council, is scheduled for complet

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Bill Banks, Kingdom chief executive (centre) with the trainees (from left to right) Richard Miller (Development), Morgan Anderson (Human Resources), Michael Mayes (Finance) and Nathan Connolly (Property Services – Plumbing) Kingdom Housing Association has recruited four trainees who, over the next

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Ida Taylor Kingdom Housing Association’s care and repair service, which provides independent advice and assistance to help older homeowners as well as a Disability Support Service, has recorded satisfaction levels of 98 per cent for its work with disabled people.

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Kingdom Housing Association has completed its latest project in Kirkcaldy which will see 15 new energy-efficient flats available for Mid Market Rent (MMR) with power costs as low as £310 - £350 a year. The £1.52 million project has created the 15 new homes at Ferrard Road as part of a Design &

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(left to right) Bill Banks chief executive, Kingdom Housing Association, Charles Milne, chairperson, Kingdom Housing Association, Tom Brown, chairperson, Ochil View Housing Association and George Tainsh, director, Ochil View Housing Association A new partnership between Ochil View Housing Associatio

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Happy tenants have been welcomed to their new homes at James Pollock Court, Tillicoultry which have been developed as part of a partnership between Clackmannanshire Council and Kingdom Housing Association. The development of 21 affordable homes is a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom homes and the majority have

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(from left) Lewis Allan, Adam Young, Josh Whiting, Kierran Gardner, Cllr Tony Martin, Provost Councillor Jim Leishman, Cllr Lesley Laird, Stewart Stark, Harris Morran, Noelene Paton, Oatis Fowler. A group of young unemployed Fifers have been improving their chances of finding work, thanks to an inno

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Staff and partner organisations who have contributed to the Affordable Housing Programme’s success marked out the 2,700 target figure at Fife House Fife Council is on track to deliver on its commitment of 2,700 affordable homes by 2017 as it marks that all developments are now complete, or are und

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