Kingdom Housing Association

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(from left) Dougie Herd, construction director, Campion Homes; Councillor Rhona Brock; Councillor Ann Cowan and Bill Banks, chief executive, Kingdom Housing Association Crieff Councillors Ann Cowan and Rhona Brock have paid a site visit to inspect progress on a £2 million redevelopment on the site

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(from left) Lorraine Kinloch, team administrator; Max Scott, tenant participation officer and Abbie Brockie, administrative assistant Big-hearted staff at Kingdom Housing Association have raised over £600 for Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in the charity's annual 'World's biggest coffee mo

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(from left) Charles Milne, chairperson; Catherine Marnoch, finance manager; Laurie Naumann, vice chairperson and Bill Banks, chief executive Kingdom Housing Association has presented a long service award to Catherine Marnoch, its longest serving member of staff, who has worked with the Association f

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Nick Pollard, KHA finance director, and Marc Bates from THIS Housing signing the new contract Kingdom Housing Association Limited (KHA) and Kingdom Initiatives Limited (KIL), the wholly owned trading subsidiary of the Registered Social Landlord, have awarded a new general insurance contract to THIS

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(from left) Maureen Inch, Sharon Mankelow, Lesley-Ann Blyth, Alistair Berwick, Lesley Steel and Shona Laird Each year the Nationwide Building Society offers their staff the opportunity to volunteer for a charity and this year Kingdom Housing Association was fortunate to be the charity of their choic

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(from left to right) Annabelle Ewing MSP, minister for youth and women’s employment; Joanne Aitken, senior development worker; Lynne Dunn, co-ordinator, Fife Works Project and Bill Banks, chief executive, Kingdom Housing Association Annabelle Ewing, minister for youth & women’s employment, v

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Kingdom Housing Association is to showcase detailed plans of its proposed development of 49 affordable houses at Pitscottie Road in Cupar, as part of a further consultation exercise with the local community. Planning was approved in principle in April after Kingdom consulted with the community and s

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(from left) Bill Banks (chief exec Kingdom Housing), Sir Peter Erskine (Rural Property & Business Association), Cllr Judy Hamilton (front), Carole Miller (Scottish Association of Landlords) and Tom Allan (chairperson FFOTRA) Fife Housing Partnership (FHP) members have signed a new agreement whic

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(from left) Kingdom chief executive, Bill Banks; housing and welfare minister, Margaret Burgess MSP and Kingdom chairperson, Charles Milne Kingdom Housing Association has marked the completion of 65 new affordable homes for Mid Market Rent at Pittencrieff Street, Dunfermline.

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Kingdom Housing Association has successfully retained its Investors in People accreditation for its commitment to training, motivating and rewarding its employees. Bill Banks, chief executive of Kingdom Housing Association, said: “At Kingdom, we really do believe that our employees are key in our

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Mr Bill McGovern of High Valleyfield in his new wet floor shower room The Fife Care and Repair Service, which is managed and operated by Kingdom Housing Association and funded by Fife Council, has been given an emphatic vote of confidence by users with satisfaction levels reaching 98 per cent.

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A new independent energy supply company, the first in the UK operating on a non-profit distributing basis, plans to be selling heat and power to tenants in 200,000 homes across Scotland by 2020. Our Power Energy, a subsidiary of Our Power Community Benefit Society, has been founded by 35 member orga

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