Kingdom Housing Association

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Service users at Kingdom Housing Association's James Bank Homeless Service in Dunfermline have attended an 'up-cycling' workshop teaching basic refurbishment techniques with small items of furniture. The workshop was hands-on and designed to encourage people to tap into their imagination and create

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Kingdom Housing Association Limited is delighted to announce the award of a contract to Automotive Leasing for the contract hire of 12 new vans for use by Kingdom’s Repairs and Maintenance team. The procurement process was supported by The Procurement Partnership Limited and Capita Asset Services

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Bill Banks, chief executive at Kingdom Housing Association; Allan Cairns; Moray Glennie, senior development officer at Kingdom Housing Association; Joanne Aitken, development worker at Fife Works; Archie Sprunt and Jim Murphy, MD Abbotshall Homes A local man's 10 year search for a job has ended with

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Margaret Burgess Subsidy levels for affordable homes for rent being delivered by councils and registered social landlords (RSLs) are to increase up to £14,000 for each new home over the next three years, the Scottish Government has announced.

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(left to right) Back Row: Scott Lindsay, Corran McIntosh, Josh Martin, Lynne Dunn, Kyle Thomson, Roger Gardiner, Connor Webster and Martin Mentiplay. Front Row: Logan Richardson, Scott Cape, Kyle Matthews, Brendan Urquhart Ten unemployed Fife youngsters have begun careers in the construction industr

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An annual staff study day that has become an integral part of Kingdom Housing Association's business planning and service improvement process was attended by over 150 enthusiastic staff. The event was facilitated by Gavin Oattes from the Tree of Knowledge, who introduced a fun at work approach to a

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Kingdom Housing Association has enlisted the help of local school children to help raise awareness of its major £26 million regeneration project in Inverkeithing. Working alongside Fife Council, the Association is to demolish 236 properties on Fraser Avenue and replace them with 189 new energy effi

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Julie Watson from Kingdom hands over the keys to their new home to Mr and Mrs McAlpine An Alloa couple are celebrating Christmas with their son in a new house specially designed and built to meet the family's requirements after Kingdom Housing Association brought forward construction plans to meet t

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New tenants Craig McCall and Kayley Archibald Tenants have moved into the final phase of Kingdom Housing Association’s recently completed £3.5 million mid market rent development at Pottery Street Kirkcaldy.

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(left to right) Bill Banks welcoming Declan Whiteford with Sandy Milne, Kingdom’s area maintenance manager A young apprentice who lost his job due to a downturn in business has landed a new apprenticeship just in time for Christmas thanks to Kingdom Housing Association.

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Kingdom Housing Association has passed recent inspections of its Support and Care services with flying colours. The inspections carried out by the Care Inspectorate show that Kingdom continues to provide excellent services with four out of the six standards examined resulting in the top Grade 6 –

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Following extensive consultation with the local community, Fife Council and Kingdom Housing Association are delighted to confirm the first planning application has been submitted by 7N Architects for the Fraser Avenue/Gray Place regeneration project in Inverkeithing on 13th November. The application

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