Kingdom Housing Association

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Kingdom Housing Association has completed a pioneering mobile working programme that has seen staff issued with over 300 mobile phones and tablets, specially selected to suit the requirements of their different jobs, which is already delivering greater efficiency and streamlining the delivery of ser

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Charles Milne, Kingdom Housing Association Chairperson with David Little, Kingdom Initiatives Limited Chairperson with Carolynn McQueen and Peter Gibson, both tenants at Guardbridge and members of the Scrutiny Panel. A new £8 million development of 66 homes in Guardbridge by Kingdom Housing was the

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Some of the Kingdom staff who attended the event (from left) Andy Walls, Dave Roy, Gordon Barclay, John Connelly, Alan Ford, Alex Wilson and Bob Murphy from Police Scotland With over 3,700 affordable homes to maintain across Fife and East Central Scotland and 260 individual clients benefitting from

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Kingdom Housing Association has launched a Scrutiny Panel which includes seven tenant members to monitor the operations of the association and to suggest how improvements might be made. Max Scotto, Kingdom's tenant participation officer, said: “The panel consists of a group of tenants who have vol

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Plans for Pittscottie Road Kingdom Housing Association has finalised the land purchase for its site at Pitscottie Road, Cupar and obtained full planning approval for a £6.5 million project that will provide 49 new homes for affordable rent to meet a range of housing needs.

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The £26 million regeneration of Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing, that will include 189 new affordable homes in a village-style development, has been approved and demolition work could begin later this year. Kingdom Housing Association and Fife Council have welcomed the decision of West Fife Planning

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Kingdom Housing Association is holding an Open Day aimed at recruiting youngsters to become trainees at Fife's largest housing association. Young people under 24 years can learn about opportunities to start a career in Human Resources, Finance, Development or Plumbing by learning through a mixture o

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Social justice secretary Alex Neil with Phil Caroe, Allia’s director of social finance; Colin Connell, development director at Persimmons Partnerships; Jim Whiston, director of Ayrshire Housing Association, Nick Pollard, Kingdom Housing Association director of finance; Sandy Dennison, finance mana

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Social Justice Secretary Alex Neil with Phil Caroe, Allia's director of social finance; Colin Connell, development director at Persimmons Partnerships; Jim Whiston, director of Ayrshire Housing Association, Nick Pollard, Kingdom Housing Association director of finance; Sandy Dennison, finance manage

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Social justice secretary Alex Neil with Nick Pollard, Kingdom Housing Association's director of finance Kingdom Housing Association Limited has been successful in securing £5.22 million of borrowing through the Allia bond for the development of 116 new homes for the people of Fife.

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Kingdom Housing Association's employability project, Fife Works, is building on the success of its recent Construction Academy, and is launching a further Academy this week to help move more unemployed young people into the construction industry. Part of the Academy is a 2 week work experience place

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(from left) Julie Watson, Kingdom Housing Association senior development officer and Bill Banks, Kingdom Housing Association chief executive with new tenants John and Lynn Bell The first tenants are moving in to the latest housing development to be completed by Kingdom Housing Association in Clackma

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